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Basically, as the title states... when you create a page in OneNote, I'm just looking to move the Title of the page from where it normally is to somewhere else... any way to do this?

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There is a slightly clunky way to do this: Add an image to your page, and move/resize it so that the left/top edge is outside the visible bounds of the page. Right click the picture and choose "Set image as background." OneNote will resize the page to accommodate the entire image, but will not adjust the position of the title, effectively moving the title down/right. You can then remove the background and the title will stay where it is.

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You can just move it to the right side if you are using RTL language. Otherwise, I believe it is stuck on the left.

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MichaelS is correct, you cannot move the Title on the page in OneNote. Do you want to do this for design/aesthetic reasons or some other reason? – music2myear Oct 20 '11 at 20:47

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