Friday, July 8, 2011

How to Convert a PDF to OneNote

Microsoft's OneNote program helps users gather and manage information from a variety of sources. You can drag images into the application, clip Web pages and even import text documents into OneNote. If you need to import a PDF into the program, you cannot do it by simply clicking a "Convert PDF to OneNote" button. You can, however, use the print driver that Microsoft includes with OneNote to import a PDF directly into the application.




Launch Windows Explorer and locate a PDF file you wish to import into OneNote.
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Double-click that file. Your default program, such as Adobe Reader, opens and displays the PDF.
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Click the program's "File" button to display a drop-down menu. Look for the "Print" option in that menu. Most applications call the option "Print" or some other variation such as "Print File." After clicking that option, a print dialog window opens and displays drop-down boxes, text boxes or other controls that allow you to customize your print job.
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Locate the drop-down menu or text box that lists your available printers. Click "Send to OneNote 2007." If you use OneNote 2010, click "Send to OneNote 2010" instead.
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Click the "Print" button. The application uses OneNote's print driver to send the PDF to OneNote.

Read more: http://www.ehow.com/how_8616226_convert-pdf-onenote.html#ixzz1RaDVFvR9

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