Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Filling a Notebook with Text, Pictures, Clippings, and More
Figure 15-5 When you send an item or a clipping from another program to OneNote, you can
specify the destination page or section here.
Entering text from the keyboard is the simplest (and probably the most common) way to
ill a notebook. Click to position the insertion point on the page, and start typing. (You can
also paste text into a page, with or without formatting.) The text you enter or paste appears
in a single note container.
OneNote supports basic outlining functions for text. Press Enter to create a new paragraph,
and then change the outline level for that paragraph by pressing Tab (or Shift+Tab to
promote a paragraph to a higher level.)
You can move any paragraph up or down or adjust its outline level by dragging it. You can
also use keyboard shortcuts: press Alt+Shift and then use the Up or Down Arrow key to
move the paragraph up or down in the outline; use Alt+Shift and the Right or Left Arrow
key to demote or promote a paragraph in the outline. When you move the mouse pointer
over a paragraph, a Move button appears to its left. Move the mouse pointer over the
button, and the pointer turns to a four-headed arrow; click to select the entire paragraph and
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