Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Customizing the OneNote Taskbar Icon
All deleted pages and sections go to the Recycle Bin by default, allowing you to recover
them in case of accidental deletion. You can inspect the contents of the Recycle Bin for any
notebook by clicking Notebook Recycle Bin in the History group on the Share tab.
If you’d prefer not to save any previous versions of a page or deleted pages or sections for
an individual notebook, click the arrow at the bottom of either command in the History
group and then click Disable History For This Notebook.
Customizing the OneNote Taskbar Icon
By default, OneNote adds an icon in the notification area at the right side of the taskbar;
this icon is formally known as the Microsoft OneNote Quick Launcher (Onenotem.exe), and
it is set to run at startup so that it’s available even when OneNote is not running. In
Windows 7, this icon is normally hidden. To make it visible full time, you have to click the arrow
to the left of the notification area and drag the icon into place with other visible icons in
this region. Right-click this icon to display a menu like the one shown here:
Using the right-click shortcut menu, you can choose any of the four options shown. A
simple click of the left button on the OneNote icon performs the default action, which is
indicated in bold on the menu. To change the default action, click OneNote Icon Defaults
and select a different option. Your current choice is indicated by a check mark.
To remove the OneNote icon temporarily, click Close. To prevent it from restarting, open
the OneNote Options dialog box, click the Display tab, and clear the box next to Place
OneNote Icon In The Notification Area Of The Taskbar.
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