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OneNote2PDF 0.3

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Released: Jan 29, 2008
Updated: Jan 29, 2008 by huuhoa
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This version adds some new commands, capable of adding Table of Contents for the generated PDF based on OneNote's hierarchy for sections, sectiongroups, and pages.
For more details, see What's New.

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Pretty much what i have been looking for. The output is in multiple folders based on the created tabs , is there anyway to export everything in one PDF file? I'm not sure if i used the right syntax. any help would be appreciated.
by rezlmet on Oct 10, 2012 at 6:28 PM
Works really well once you get the syntax worked out. I think the only reason this bit of software isn't more popular is because there's no GUI. Then again that's one of it's strengths, set up a script file and just run it when you need to. Would like an additional TOC option to limit the levels that the contents go into not just change the numbering that cab be added. Really recommend it.
by BigBobOz on Jun 21, 2012 at 5:44 AM
Was exactly what I needed, nice simple way to get the entire OneNote notebook into a printable format. Thank you very much. Just for info, was used against OneNote 2010.
by davidbeauchamp on Dec 10, 2010 at 1:36 PM
Excellent, worked first time I tried it, and it was so quick....Love it....Great Work. Didnt even need to read help or anything,very intuitive to use.
by riz on Aug 4, 2009 at 3:29 AM
Could not get to work. Set to run as admin and under XP SP2 compatibility settings (running Vista SP1 and OneNote 2007 SP1) Batch script would launch exe file which would switch focus to OneNote run for about a minute then close itself without displaying anything in the CMD window. Even when I ran the help batch command it would display nothing!
by theplaz on Jan 25, 2009 at 6:29 PM