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Old 11-07-2016, 04:31 PM
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Question Can one tweak the format of automatically created pages?

There is this this very convenient "Meeting Notes" functionality in Outlook Calendar which creates a new OneNote page and inserts some meeting details into the ON page as well as entering a link to that page into the corresponding Calendar entry.

I have two wishes to that functionality:
1. Is it possible to adjust the template that is being used for creating those pages?
2. Can one adjust the date-format that is being used for the date added to the title of those pages?

@1: I would it find convenient if the template would already contain a few additional headers already, like "Items discussed", "Decisions taken", "Action Items", etc.

@2: During a longer stay in Asia I learned to appreciate the date format being used there, which is YYYY-MM-DD. When used as parts of file names or titles it automatically takes care of automatic and chronological ordering of those elements.
I would thus prefer to have the date inserted as part of the title of those automatically creates pages' to be in that format (even though my systems locale is German, i.e. normally uses the date format DD.MM.YYYY).


Is that possible?
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