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Export OneNote to another account?

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Okay so Microsoft decided to close my e-mail account because something breached their TOS. I'm guessing my account got hacked somehow...which makes no sense to me because I'm security major, I always have my accounts safeguarded, use a very secure password etc. But eh something must of happened. And on top of it, they won't tell me why my account was closed, and they will not reopen it. I constantly get the loop around.

So I have my onenote application on my computer. It has all my books on it, but I have a lot of information! Everything from work to school notes. I need to it to sync between my locations, so I need to set up a new account. I can create a new account (obviously sticking with gmail this time, screw microsoft support), and copy all the information over to my new account...but that's going to be very tedious!

Because I can't login to my account online, I have to work with whats open currently on my application. I guess the books I don't have open will be lost forever...but at least I have my important ones open right now, the ones that matter.

But is there a easy way to export all my books to my desktop for example, and I will open a new account, and import those books all back into my new account?

Thank you in advanced.
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You can find your notebooks on
C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Local\Microsoft\OneNote\<ver>\Backup

HTH,
Dan
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Thanks! I ran one last backup and closed all the notebooks. I then re-imported them into my new account. Worked out perfect, just a little bit of a pain reorganizing them. But hey I got them moved over.
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You're welcome. Glad you got your notebooks back!
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