Creating a template in OneNote 2010

A template in OneNote 2010 is designed with pre-existing structure, styles, and layouts making it easier for end-users to take notes. Using a template to create the framework of your notebook can save you time by not needing to create one from scratch. Instead of starting with a completely blank page, all you have to do is fill in the placeholders in the template.

i. Creating a template from a OneNote 2010 Page

1. Create or open the page that you want to use as a page template.
2. In the right pane, click the downward arrow next to [New Page], and then click [Page Templates].

Creating a template in OneNote 2010

3. At the bottom of the [Templates] pane, click [Save current page as a template].

Creating a template in OneNote 2010

4. Type a name for the page template, and then click [Save].

 Creating a template in OneNote 2010

ii. Creating a template from a OneNote 2010 section

1. Create or open the section that you want to use as a template.
2. Go to [File] tab, and then click [Save As].
3. Under [Save Current], click [Section] then under [Select Format], click [OneNote 2010 Section (*.one)].
4. Click [Save As].

Creating a template in OneNote 2010

5. Select a name and location to save your section template, and then click [Save].

Creating a template in OneNote 2010

iii. Creating a template from a OneNote 2010 notebook

1. Create or open the notebook that you want to use as a template.
2. Click the [File] tab, and then click [Save As].
3. Under [Save Current], click [Notebook] , and under [Select Format], click [OneNote Package (*.onepkg)].
4. Click [Save As].
5. Select a name and location to save your section template, and then click [Save].

Creating a template in OneNote 2010

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