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Old 07-21-2016, 09:37 PM
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Hi,



I have just started using One Note and i would like to use One Note app instead of One note desktop version. i have create a page but i cant seem to figure out how to search the page content like in a normal notepad because everytime i do Ctrl-F it opens up a side bar with a search box but when i put in a text there it fails to search that in the page within a notebook.

I think the search option in the side bar is only to search notebooks or page name within a Section but it wouldnt search the content of a page?

Am i correct? How can i search the content of a page in One Note app?

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