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Hi all,



I just updated OneNote for Mac from 15.36 to 15.37. Up until .36 the "copy link to paragraph" option put something like the following in the clipboard:

https://onedrive.live.com/edit.aspx/Documents/XXXXXXXXX
onenote:https://d.docs.live.net/XXXXXX

which was useful for linking from external applications directly into OneNote. But the update to .37 the clipboard contains the following useless piece of info:

Notes (Web view) <- this is the title of the paragraph that I am trying to copy the link to.

How can I revert to the previous version of links? Who or why would consider the latter link version useful?

Thanks in advance
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