OneNote for Windows 10 receives a welcome update fixing bugs and adding features
Microsoft has included several major improvements in the latest update for OneNote, an update that’s now available to select Windows Insiders.
The OneNote update
Previously, there was a major bug that affected scrolling for users with setups that included multiple monitors or high DPI display screens.
When these users scrolled, their pointer wouldn’t click the proper line. Fortunately, this issue was resolved through the new update.
There are, of course, additional improvements added in this update, namely the inclusion of more printing features.
OneNote users can now print PDF files with higher quality, as well, in addition to printing out entire notebooks or full sections with one command instead of just printing a single page at a time.
Those who use the Mobile version of OneNote on their phones get a unique update allowing them to configure the settings of the OneNote app to capitalize the first word of every sentence.
Currently, the update is only available for Fast Ring Window insiders. Once it makes it way through all the Windows Insider Rings over the next few weeks, it will be made available to all OneNote users.
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