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This is only a partial answer, but it turns out that if I insert a file as a printout, then I can search the contents. It's a little more cumbersome than I would like, but it's the next best thing to someone telling me how to get OneNote or Windows to index within attachments. Basically I just drag and drop the file of interest into a note, and then choose ...


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Or rather than playing with the registry, why not using the inbuilt import/export function of OneNote : Right click on the Ribbon in OneNote, then Click "Customize the Ribbon", then "Import/export" is found at the bottom of this new window that popped up, export the file and use it at will to recover all your custom's settings or an ohter machine. Tested ...


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A temporary solution until Microsoft fixes this bug is just to click "Clear All Formatting" (or Ctrl + Shift + N) and then continue on your work. I found that it makes the font whatever you set it to as the default. Hope this helps!


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Kevin, There really isn't a way to do it today because of how OneNote views tags. Tags are exclusively Task oriented as you highlighted. Stephen takes a very organization centric approach and I can relate because I have done something similar. The problem is that a taxonomy assumes everything fits nicely into it which in our world is no longer the case. ...


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I wish I could look over your shoulder and see how you have organized your notebooks, But you don't need tags at all for what you want to accomplish. I have a notebook dedicated to my business. One of the sections is titled "Clients." Each page in that section is devoted to a single client. Each client page is followed by subpages with subordinate subpages. ...


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1) You can send any highlighted portion of any web page to OneNote by right clicking on the highlighted material and selecting Send to OneNote. On my computer with only 1 gig memory, it takes the dialog box 5 to 10 seconds to appear. But from that dialog box, you can select exactly where in your notebooks you want the highlighted material to go. (Note: ...


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