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I want to copy Word document (2010) to OneNote (2010) and keep the headings exactly as they are at Word. Is this possible?


Additionally, if possible, I also want to keep the shortcut (links) from the Word table of contents and have the same available also at OneNote but the shortcuts should not point to the Word document any more but to the chapters that are pasted to OneNote instead. So, for example, when I click at OneNote Table of contents on shortcut of chapter 2.4, then to go to chapter 2.4 of OneNote notes (and NOT to chapter 2.4 of Word that I copied and pasted from). Please let me know if that is possible, too.


Thank you.
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