Is there a way — in a single step or process — to determine section/page/object id numbers for all pages in MS OneNote?
In MS OneNote, hyperlinks can be created to specific objects on specific pages by following these steps:
1) Select the hyperlink destination
3) Select “Copy Link to Paragraph”
4) Select hyperlink origin (ie where the hyperlink is to be created)
5) Press Ctrl+k to open the "Insert Hyperlink" box
7) Click OK (or press Enter)
When this process is followed, the content placed on the clipboard in step #3 above has a structure (?syntax) which I have broken down into several rows and color-coded components as follows:
In this screenshot,
• the items in blue are specific to the user’s computer and the organization of their OneNote content,
• the curly-bracketed items in red are hyphen-connected blocks of alphanumeric characters (with the number of characters in each block as shown) which seem to be randomly generated, and
• two final characters as shown in green which appear to reference a particular row in the selected destination.
For example, following is the hyperlink destination from one particular location in my own OneNote contents (in which I have changed only the user-specific information):
…and which, broken down, appears thus:
Using Windows Explorer, I can easily navigate to the OneNote folder indicated above but the .one files display only the SectionName. However, the only way I can currently obtain full destination addresses is to go through all the steps listed above one page at a time.
I am looking for a single process to obtain a list of all available names in the form shown above — at least to the specificity of "page-id" — if that is possible.