I have a OneNote 2010 notebook with a lot of sections (and some of those sections have lots of pages.) What I'd like to do is a get a good, space-saving printout (with minimal whitespace) to take physical notes on when I'm in meetings AFK, or brainstorming old-school.
I don't want to just print all sections and pages, because there's a lot of whitespace (I do have some pages with just one or two lines), and there's some pages I want to exclude. Thus, it looks like I want to export to Word, and then manually remove some sections and also manually remove page-breaks, to tighten things up and not waste (as much) paper.
However, you can only save an entire notebook as ONEPKG, PDF, or XPS. I only have Adobe Reader, and I don't know if full-version Adobe would let me remove pagebreaks, it's not that kind of editor, AFAIK - rather, PDF isn't that kind of format. XPS is also just a display format, again AFAIK. I could save each individual section as a DOC, and then Import Text from File for each DOC into a new blank one, doing it in the proper order and removing the content I don't want as I go. (I did this once. It's not terrible, but somewhat a PITA.)
Is there a plugin or technique to do one of :
- An easy way to save an entire notebook to a single DOC?
- An easy way to automate saving all sections in a notebook to individual DOCs, without doing it one-by-one manually?
- Any other way to go about this? Some kind of whitespace-chewing pretty-printer for OneNote?
I'm not much of a VB/VBA guy, so answers that suggest I script this will give me a sad, unless they're written for not-so-bright young children.