onenote 2013 saving multiple .one files for every tab

I am using onenote 2013 and when I create a notebook, if I have 60 tabs in it, it creates 60 seperate .one files. This is a problem for me because to view the notebook on my iphone, I have to scroll through 60 different notebooks. On my iphone, every .one file looks like a notebook, which it is not. This worked fined with onenote 2010, but since MS changed the design with onenote 2013, this is a problem for onenote on my iphone.

Any idea's how I can save all my .one files into just one file? Or using onenote 2013, to save my notebook as only .one file?
DanNetwork EngineerAsked:
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Brad GrouxSenior Manager (Wintel Engineering)Commented:
Don't save them as a .ONE file, save them as a .ONEPKG which saves all notes as a single package (basically the ONEPKG serves as a table of contents). What you can do is select all of your .ONE files, goto FILE-EXPORT and then export it to a .ONEPKG and then open the .ONEPKG and edit from there. Then backup and/or delete all of your .ONE files. Or, you can create a new .ONEPKG and then copy all of the .ONE files to it.

Check out this free two hour training series from MVA to learn more about OneNote (it is well worth your time) - http://www.microsoftvirtualacademy.com/training-courses/organizing-sharing-with-onenote-jump-start

OneNote is easily my favorite productivity tool - http://www.microsoftfanboys.com/2014/02/microsoft-onenote-best-productivity-product-ever-created/
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DanNetwork EngineerAuthor Commented:
Brad, I saved the file as a .onepkg, but when I try to open that on my iphone or on my desktop pc using onenote, it won't open it, because it's not a onenote notebook, it's a package file.  For some reason it's not working for me.
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DanNetwork EngineerAuthor Commented:
on my iphone, when I do open existing, it's not even listed there for me to open, so I can't open the .onepkg file.
How do I open it on my phone?
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DanNetwork EngineerAuthor Commented:
again, all the files need to be in a .one file, as my iphone can recognize them as a onenote notebooks.

Otherwise, it's useless.
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DanNetwork EngineerAuthor Commented:
Thanks Brad, your advice did NOT fix the problem, but I wanted to give you the points for at least taking your time and writing.
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