Copy information from Outlook to your notes

If you use Microsoft Office Outlook and Microsoft Office OneNote 2007 on the same computer, you can use the Send to OneNote button to quickly copy the contents of any e-mail message in Outlook to a new page in OneNote.

In Office Outlook 2007 or Outlook 2003, do the following:

  1. In Mail view, navigate to the folder that contains the e-mail message that you want to copy to OneNote.

  2. Do one of the following:

    • On the Standard toolbar, click click Send to OneNote Button image .

    • Right-click a message in the list and then click Send to OneNote.

    • Open the message and then click Send to OneNote on the Ribbon, which is a part of the Microsoft Office Fluent user interface (Outlook 2007), or on the toolbar (Outlook 2003).

      The selected message is copied to a new page in the Unfiled Notes section in OneNote. You can move this page to any new or existing section in any of your open notebooks. For more information, see Find and organize Unfiled Notes.

Tip: You can copy multiple e-mail messages to OneNote by holding down the CTRL key while selecting messages in any Outlook message folder. Select all of the messages that you want to copy, and then click Send to OneNote on the Standard toolbar. OneNote creates a separate page in the Unfiled Notes section for each individual message.

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