Tracy Hooten of The Student Tablet PC has posted a great tutorial on how to get good printing results from OneNote. She covers all the bases from laying out pages, to defining templates, to using the new OneNote Powertoy Print Manager. If you need to get your digital notes onto paper this is a great resource to hang on to. Perhaps you should print it into OneNote as a handy reference.
Check it out here.
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