Getting Information Items Out of OneNote
OneNote is a very powerful tool for creating and collecting information items, but it’s also often useful to be able to take item collections out of OneNote, in order to use them in other application domains. Some options include sending OneNote pages as e-mail messages and saving OneNote content in other file formats such as Word (.docx and .doc), Acrobat (.pdf), the XML Paper Specification (.xps), and as a single-file web page (.mht).
You can also create linked notes to other OneNote pages (e.g., create a linked note to take personal notes on a shared OneNote page) and create links that can be pasted into other applications. Links can be created for at the notebook, section, page, and paragraph levels, by right-clicking on the target name (e.g., the “General” section name or “Top Uses” page name, in Figure 1).