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Microsoft OneNote 2013 Plain & Simple by Peter Weverka

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Creating and constructing outlines

An outline is a list of important topics on a given subject. In a typical outline, topics are listed at different levels, with first-level topics not indented and sublevel topics indented to show they are subordinate.

To help construct outlines, OneNote 2013 offers the paragraph handle. Move the pointer over a topic in the outline list to display its paragraph handle, which appears on the left, and then do the following to construct an outline:

  • Change the outline level (the amount of indentation) . Drag the paragraph handle to the left or right to change the topic’s outline level. Dragging the handle to the right lowers the outline level; dragging the handle to the left raises it. You can also press Tab or, ...

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