Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Sending a OneNote Page via E-Mail
to the page or document to that paragraph. The link appears as a small program icon to
the left of the paragraph. If you point to the icon, as shown in Figure 17-5, a ScreenTip
shows a thumbnail image or a snippet of text from the linked page or document.
Figure 17-5 The icon to the left of any paragraph indicates that the note is linked to a web
page, a document, or another OneNote page.
If you select some text in a document or page and then begin to type a new paragraph in
OneNote, the linked note uses your selection as the text associated with that link.
Continue this way, clicking in Internet Explorer, Word, PowerPoint, or a separate (undocked)
OneNote window and then entering your comments in a new paragraph that automatically
acquires a link to the location you selected. To stop taking notes, undock the OneNote
window by clicking the Dock To Desktop command on the Quick Access Toolbar again, or press
Ctrl+Alt+D.
As we noted earlier, you can identify a page that contains linked notes by the icon in its
upper left corner. If the OneNote window is docked, clicking this icon leads to a menu like
the one shown next.
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