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Capturing recipes from the Internet
If you use Send to OneNote or the printer option for OneNote 2010, you will be
asked which notebook, section or page to add your content to, as shown in Figure
8.11. It’s usually tidiest to click on the appropriate section and then click OK, and
let OneNote make a new page for your recipe.
Figure 8.11
OneNote 2007 doesn’t know where it should put the recipes from the Internet,
and it doesn’t ask, so it puts them into a separate section called Unfi led Notes.
Once you’ve added a recipe to your Unfi led Notes, you should move it to the right
place in your recipe notebook.
To do that, follow these steps, and refer to Figure 8.12:
1. Go to your Unfi led Notes. You’ll fi nd them at the bottom of your list of
notebooks on the left.
2. Find your recipe by browsing the pages listed on the right. The latest page will
be at the bottom.
3. OneNote will give your page a title if you use Send to OneNote. Otherwise,
you need to complete the title box at the top of the page.
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