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Using Microsoft® OneNote® 2010 by Michael C. Oldenburg

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This chapter covers many of the customization options available in OneNote 2010.

12

Customizing OneNote 2010

Throughout this book, you’ve read the words default or default settings a few times in reference to any number of OneNote (or Windows) features or their behaviors. Although the word default typically has a negative connotation (defaulting on a loan, for example), it can also refer to the initial factory settings with which a product is shipped.

For example, when you buy a toaster, its 1-through-10 heat dial will probably be set to 5 at the factory. This initial, middle-of-the-road setting is likely the best choice for most people. If you buy the toaster, but you happen to prefer a type of bread that burns easily, you’re free to change ...

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