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NoteNote 2013 merge pages

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Anyone know how to merge pages in OneNote 2013?
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by:John Hurst
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I am not sure what you mean. If I need the contents of one page in another, I just copy and paste. This is the same in One Note 2010 and One Note 2013.
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Like with the Surface Pro 3, with the pen, you can one click screen capture and crop on the fly.  The issue is that it only seems to save to a default Notebook/Section.  This feature works so well, Ive ended you with a ton to manually copy/paste.  There has to be a way to select multiple pages to copy or merge to another Notebook/Section at once, well hopefully.  Thanks
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John Hurst earned 500 total points
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I think you probably can.

When I open up One Note 2013 and see multiple pages in a Tab, I can Ctrl-Click to highlight multiple pages and then select Copy.

So then just go to another tab and paste.  Should work fine.
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by:John Hurst
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Yes, I just tried and it works fine. You can copy multiple pages easily to a new tab.
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well John i fell sort dumb now..... i've been working in the app the entire time and it doesn't seem to offer that feature.  I went to programs and open the full version and it works fine.  i made sure i put that on my start tile now.  thanks for you help.  

btw.... off question in case you know, or what area would i post this question.  i have not ask many questions since the site upgrade, but i cannot seem to find the points adjustment anywhere now, so every question i ask gets 500 points.  i emailed cst support earlier in the week, but nobody responded.
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John, thanks for answering both questions, I had no idea of what zone to ask the other.
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@captgriggs1  - Thank you very much and I was happy to help.

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Welcome to the new site and good luck with it.
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