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Is there a way to copy a section group in OneNote?

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Hello,

I have a section group that is essentially my template for projects.  I am wondering whether I can copy this to use when I have a new project (so that I don't destroy the template).  I've dug around and did not see this functionality in OneNote, but thought to ask.

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Gary
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In OneNote 2010, you can right click on the section tab and select Move or Copy. When you click on Move or Copy, it allows you to make a copy. Is that what you are looking for?   .... Thinkpads_User
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You are most welcome, and I was pleased to assist. ... Thinkpads_User
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