This is a collection of the first 15 OneNote tips posted in our Twitter – @OutlineApp. Since Outline+ is the only iPad app that can work directly with OneNote files (no servers, no hacks), we’ve become real pros with OneNote – and share our knowledge like real pros.
1. OneNote never deletes any data. That’s why your year-old notebooks are so huge. Learn how OneNote keeps your notes safe.
2. OneNote saves data almost constantly but you can still save with CTRL-S for peace of mind.
3. Type 3+3= in OneNote and see what happens!
4. Wanna change default font in OneNote? Choose any font and color in File – Options – General.
5. Press CTRL-SHIFT-E to email current page.
6. If you need a free OneNote viewer, just wait until your trial copy of OneNote expires. When it expires, it becomes just a viewer but a free one!
7. Optimize your OneNote notebooks : Go to File | Options | Save & Backup and click Optimize All Files Now.
8. Press CTRL-E to search.
9. Press TAB when you enter text to create a table.
10. Set passwords to OneNote sections: right click on a section, choose Password Protect This Section.
11. OneNote pages are too boring? Click View – Rule Lines and choose page style.
12. Press CTRL+SHIFT+M to open a small OneNote window to create a side note.
13. Did you know you can take screenshots with OneNote? Just press Win-S.
14. Press ALT-SHIFT-T to insert current time into your note.
15. Press CTRL-4 to create a Remember for later tag.
We’ll post more tips soon. Please let us know if you have just learned anything new!