This latest powertoy from Jeff Cardon, called OneNote Printout Manager, looks like a winner for those of us that print a lot of documents to OneNote.
You’ll want to check out the complete user guide for an exhaustive explanation on its features, but being able to control number of printouts per page, background, columns, spacings, margins etc, are some great feature sets.
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