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Does anyone know what the keyboard shortcut is to switch between Microsoft OneNote pages?

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Ctrl + PgUP for one page up
Ctrl + PgDn for one page down
Alt + PgDn for last Page
Alt + PgUp for first page

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ah, you got there first :) +1 –  Molly7244 Sep 8 '09 at 0:08
    
This does not work for me in OneNote 2013 - has it been changed? Edit- the 2013 shortcut guide says it should work, but it doesn't for me. I'll just have to look a bit closer. –  ekaj Aug 5 at 20:43

CTRL + PAGE UP/DOWN

all One Note Hotkeys

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+1 for other shortcut keys, Molly. Thanks. –  Sung Sep 8 '09 at 0:37
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BTW, full shortcuts list can also be viewed locally in the help menu (help > keyboard shortcuts). –  Eran Sep 8 '09 at 0:54

Make to select the proper keys:

  • Go to the next page in the section. Ctrl+PgDn (Page Down)
  • Go to the previous page in the section. Ctrl+PgUp (Page Up)

When I was confusing with:

  • Move the insertion point up in the current page, or expand the page up. Ctrl+Alt+↑ (up arrow)
  • Move the insertion point down in the current page, or expand the page down. Ctrl+Alt+↓ (down arrow)

Keyboard shortcuts in OneNote 2013

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