Is it possible to copy an entire page in OneNote?

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  1. BlissC

    BlissC Guest

    Is it possible to copy an entire page in OneNote? (i.e. to create a duplicate
    page).

    I have a flow chart/process map which I want to use again for another
    process, but don't want to have to waste time drawing all the boxes and
    arrows again. I can use pretty much the same layout, but just change some of
    the text in some parts of the process.

    I've yet to find a way in OneNote to select all of the elements on the page
    (I know in previous versions of Office, holding down Shift while clicking on
    each element you wanted to select was one way of selecting multiple elements
    on a page for example in Word, but there doesn't seem to be an equivalent
    function in OneNote 2007.

    Being able to copy all the elements on the page and then just edit the small
    areas I need to edit, would save me a huge amount of time.

    I'd be grateful if anyone could share any tips on this.

    Thanks,

    Bliss
     
    BlissC, Aug 31, 2008
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  2. Right-click on the page-tab on the right of the page, select Copy.
    Then click Paste (e.g. toolbar or Edit menu). It'll insert it and then you
    can change it from a sub-page to something else

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    "BlissC" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > Is it possible to copy an entire page in OneNote? (i.e. to create a
    > duplicate
    > page).
    >
    > I have a flow chart/process map which I want to use again for another
    > process, but don't want to have to waste time drawing all the boxes and
    > arrows again. I can use pretty much the same layout, but just change some
    > of
    > the text in some parts of the process.
    >
    > I've yet to find a way in OneNote to select all of the elements on the
    > page
    > (I know in previous versions of Office, holding down Shift while clicking
    > on
    > each element you wanted to select was one way of selecting multiple
    > elements
    > on a page for example in Word, but there doesn't seem to be an equivalent
    > function in OneNote 2007.
    >
    > Being able to copy all the elements on the page and then just edit the
    > small
    > areas I need to edit, would save me a huge amount of time.
    >
    > I'd be grateful if anyone could share any tips on this.
    >
    > Thanks,
    >
    > Bliss
     
    Patrick Schmid [MVP], Aug 31, 2008
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