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moving notebooks/folders

Discussion in 'Microsoft OneNote' started by Pete T., Jan 19, 2010.

  1. Pete T.

    Pete T. Flightless Bird

    Following a restore of my hard drive, only half of my former ON Notebooks
    showed up when I opened the ON application. Using file manager I see that
    those notebooks are located in: MyDocuments/OneNote Notebooks. The other
    half of my notebooks are in a folder at: MyDocuments/My Notebooks and DO NOT
    show up on the Notebook list when I open ON.

    I tried just doing a simple folder move (in file manager). While that
    folder shows in the MyDocuments/OneNote Notebooks in the list in File
    Manager, it does NOT show on the list of Notebooks when I open ON.

    How do I get all my Notebooks consolidated in one place so that all my
    Notebooks are visible when I open ON?
     
  2. Bernd

    Bernd Flightless Bird

    -------- Original-Nachricht --------

    > Following a restore of my hard drive, only half of my former ON Notebooks
    > showed up when I opened the ON application. Using file manager I see that
    > those notebooks are located in: MyDocuments/OneNote Notebooks. The other
    > half of my notebooks are in a folder at: MyDocuments/My Notebooks and DO NOT
    > show up on the Notebook list when I open ON.
    >
    > I tried just doing a simple folder move (in file manager). While that
    > folder shows in the MyDocuments/OneNote Notebooks in the list in File
    > Manager, it does NOT show on the list of Notebooks when I open ON.
    >
    > How do I get all my Notebooks consolidated in one place so that all my
    > Notebooks are visible when I open ON?


    It would help us if you give us a link to a picture/snapshot of your
    complete folder tree, starting at "Onenote Notebooks".
    (use something like imageshack for free).

    The reason is: what you see in ON in Open ... depends on opening a
    notebook or a section, the location in your notebook/section hierarchy
    and on the content of a folder (file type).

    Bernd
     

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