Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Personalizing the OneNote Interface
Paper Size and Margins
The Paper Size setting for a default OneNote page is Auto, which means it can expand in
any direction with no limits. That’s fine if you’re planning to use a notebook for strictly
digital purposes. However, if you intend to print one or more pages, you’ll want to define paper
sizes and margins that match the paper and printer you plan to use.
OneNote includes 14 predeined paper sizes as well as a Custom option that allows you
to specify your own dimensions. To edit these settings for an existing page, click the Paper
Size button on the View tab. That opens the Paper Size pane on the right side of the page.
In Figure 15-13, we’ve used the Index Card setting to mimic a standard 3-by-5-inch index
card; to enhance the effect, we’ve hidden the page title and added rule lines.
Figure 15-13 These settings allow a OneNote page to mimic a standard 3x5 index card. Save the
page as a template to reuse it on new notebook pages.
Personalizing the OneNote Interface
You can customize OneNote’s user interface by using the same tools available in the other
Office 2010 programs, notably the options to fine-tune the ribbon and the Quick Access
Toolbar.
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