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In onenote 2010 how do I make a 2 line subject ?

as you know if you use onenote 2010 you create a note ( new ) and then the subject you put in appears on the right on a tab and it display it all on just one line.

I would like to use a 2 line subject that would appear as two lines in the tabs that appear on the right hand side.

example:
Line one:  task of building house.
Line two: get cement Thursday

The objective of this is to name the project  ( line 1 ) and then name the next task needed in the following line.

I would like all "subject tabs" on the right hand side to have two lines such as this example:

bake a cake
get eggs

service the car
get oil

go hunting
get a hunting license

thx

timfox123
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Steven HarrisPresidentCommented:
You can use Shift+Enter to add a hard return in the Subject Line; however, tabs always display one line.

Can you create a SubPage to accomplish the same end?

MainPage:     service the car
SubPage:           get oil
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TIMFOX123Author Commented:
Humm, it appears onenote does not want to blend well with one of the most popular "to do" stratages around.

I am going to have to do it with a "Left and right " mentality rather than an " over and under" mentally

This is likely the biggest shortcoming I have seen in onenote.
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TIMFOX123Author Commented:
I am leaving this open for other suggestions

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