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Posted on 2012-03-16
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I have one note 2007 and wanted to know if in 2007 or 2010 can you somehow put a notebook inside a notebook?
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I don't think you can do that.  A notebook is stored as a file and is the top of the hierarchy.  Below it are sections, and within sections are pages.  I've not found any way to alter that hierarchy in your organization.  Why do you want to put a notebook within a notebook?  Could the sub-notebook you want to create just be a section?
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You can move the content of a notebook into another notebook. For example, you can drag a section to another notebook and it will be a section of that notebook. You cannot have a complete notebook as a section if it consists of many sections. However, I would suggest that you create a Section Group and put the "sub-notebook" into that group.

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Stellan
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