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Old 09-24-2014, 08:21 PM
mattjans mattjans is offline Optimizing performance in OneNote across several PCs, tablet, and phone Windows 7 64bit Optimizing performance in OneNote across several PCs, tablet, and phone Office 2010 64bit
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I've been noticing my OneNote being sluggish lately, even for entering text notes, so I wanted to see what other users and Microsoft could offer for optimization tips. Here are some specific questions.



1) Is it better to have more notebooks with fewer sections, or more sections in fewer notebook, for fixed content. I'm thinking strickly of performance here.

2) Does the content on a page affect performance of the page (specifically updating and adding content)?

3) What settings should I check to make sure that my OneNote pages are ready to go when I open them. I often notice, particularly on the phone, that I open a page to update it and have to wait for it to sync first. I wish this could happen before I need to update the note.

I can describe my hardware and OS setups, but they're all pretty decent computers running Win 7, one Galaxy Note II and one Asus tablet.

PS - I'm using OneNote 2010 on the PCs

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themausman themausman is offline Optimizing performance in OneNote across several PCs, tablet, and phone Windows 7 32bit Optimizing performance in OneNote across several PCs, tablet, and phone Office 2010 32bit
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Content does not seem to matter. I have a gazillion notebooks with various contents. Ok movies and audio might cause some performance decrease but otherwise it really should not matter. One thing i always uncheck is the 'Check spelling as you type option'. Furthermore try changing the number of Optimizing files which you can find under File - options - Save and Backup. Also remember that backup takes time if you have many pages. So settings would definitely be a pointer to take a look at.
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