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Can I automatically have onenote index my paragraphs?

Discussion in 'Microsoft OneNote' started by pschmidt64, Feb 23, 2010.

  1. pschmidt64

    pschmidt64 Flightless Bird

    Some of my onenote pages are getting quite large. I can manually copy a hyperlink for each paragraph on the page and include that link in an intial paragraph on the top. Creates a simple table of context or index to all the paragraphs on the page.

    Can I have one-note do this automatically for me? If so, how?

    Thx,

    Perry
     
  2. Rainald Taesler

    Rainald Taesler Flightless Bird

    > Some of my onenote pages are getting quite large.

    Why not use the "subpage" feature?
    It makes ON far better usable if one does *split* pages and use a number
    of "subpages" for logically dividing the content.

    > I can manually
    > copy a hyperlink for each paragraph on the page and include that link
    > in an intial paragraph on the top. Creates a simple table of context
    > or index to all the paragraphs on the page.
    >
    > Can I have one-note do this automatically for me? If so, how?


    Obviously there's nothing which might do quite what you want.
    But with the "TableOfContents" PowerToy[1] you might gain a lot
    (although it's just working on pages and subpages but not hyperlinks).

    Rainald
    [1]
    http://blogs.msdn.com/johnguin/arch...o-the-onenote-table-of-contents-powertoy.aspx
     

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