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Manipulating Your Outline

You can store a vast amount of information in your outline. However, you might not always want to display all that information on your OneNote page. For example, you might want to hide certain sections of an outline in a printout. If you have an outline for tasks for a variety of departments, you can create a printout for each department with only their tasks. You could, of course, copy and paste just the relevant portions of the outline for each department, but it is simpler to merely hide certain portions of the outline.

You can collapse a section of an outline by double-clicking on the top line you want to show. For example, in Figure 15.8, you can hide all levels below Family by double-clicking on the note handle to the left of the word Family. The Genus and Species entries (along with any text in lower levels) are collapsed under the Family level.


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