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Changing Your View of OneNote
Revisiting (and restoring) an earlier
version of a page
For each day you work on a page, OneNote
saves a copy of the page in case you want to
revisit or restore it. To read an earlier version
of a page, follow these steps:
1. Open the page.
2. Go to the History tab.
3. Click the Page Versions button.
4. Click a page version’s name to open and
read an earlier version of a page.
To make an earlier version of a page the one
you want for your notes, click the top of the
page to open a drop-down list with options for
rehiding, deleting, and restoring the page. Then
choose Restore on the drop-down list.
To hide page versions, click the Page Versions
button a second time or right-click a page’s
name and choose Hide Page Versions on the
shortcut menu that appears.
To delete a page version, choose Delete
Version on the drop-down list.
The names of page versions appear on
the Pages pane. These page versions are
dated with an author’s name. (You can
also see page versions by right-clicking
a page’s name and choosing Show Page
Versions on the shortcut menu.)
To return to the page you last visited, click the Back button on the Quick
Access toolbar. This button works like the Back button in a browser. It takes
you to where you were previously.
Changing Your View of OneNote
As shown in Figure 1-6, OneNote offers three ways to view the screen:
Normal view: For writing, editing, and organizing notes. In this view, you
can see the ribbon, the Notebook pane, the tabs, and the Page pane.
Full Page view: For comfortably reading your notes. In Full Page view,
the OneNote buttons and tools aren’t there to distract you.
Docked to the desktop: For taking notes on what is in the middle of the
screen — a Word document or web page, for example. While looking at
a document or website, you can also see the OneNote screen and take
notes there.
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