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Restore OneNote's Unified Notes Section

Posted on 2008-10-20
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I accidently moved the Section of Unified Notes, or the whole Unified Notes Section, where all of the documents originally are placed, to a specific Notebook. Now when I "Print to OneNote" it copies to this section of the Specific Notebook instead of being seperate from any created
notebook.  How can I get it back to the Unified Notes Section to be independent again?

Thanks,

Ron
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