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Which File Formats Does Office 2010 Support?
Table 4-3 Supported File Formats in OneNote 2010
Type Extension Description
OneNote Package .onepkg This format combines all the sections of a
OneNote notebook into a single portable file.
OneNote Table Of Contents .onetoc2 This file provides an entry point to a notebook.
OneNote 2010 Section
.one
Each section in a notebook is saved in a
separate file; this is the section format used in
OneNote 2010.
OneNote 2007 Section
.one
This is the section format used in OneNote
2007.
Word Document
.docx
You can save a page or a section as a Word
2010 document in the default Office Open
XML format.
Word 97-2003 Document
.doc
You can save a page or a section in the native
format used by versions of Word prior to Word
2007.
PDF
.pdf
This export-only format lets you create
documents that can be viewed on nearly any
computer. For more information, see “Sharing Your
Work in PDF and Other Formats” on page 95.
XPS Document
.xps
This export-only format provides a
crossplatform alternative to PDF. For more
information, see “Sharing Your Work in PDF and Other
Formats” on page 95.
Single File Web Page
.mht or
.mhtl
This export-only format, which stores all
components of a web page in a single file for easy
portability, can be viewed in most modern web
browsers.
For details about working with the OneNote data store, see “Creating and Opening
OneNote Files” on page 491.
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