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Microsoft OneNote 2010 : Restoring Notes from a Backup (part 1) - Opening a Set of Notes from a Backup Folder

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After you created at least a set of supports of notebook, you can employ these files to reconstitute your notes with this preliminary version if your version more in the course of these notes becomes lost or corrupted, or so with the parts of it were covered or removed because of the human error.

Although the task of restoring notes itself is fairly quick and easy, it’s important not to breeze through this process, especially if you’re looking through multiple versions of the same notes. No one but you can accurately decide which notes (and which version of them) contain the things you care about, the things you lost, and the things you need to restore.

Opening a Set of Notes from a Backup Folder

To open notes from a backup, do the following:

1.
Click the File tab, click Info, and then click Open Backups. OneNote opens the default backup location.

2.
Double-click the folder matching the name of the notebook whose notes you want to restore.

3.
In the folder of the backed-up notebook, click the section file containing the notes you want to restore, and then click Open.

4.
OneNote may prompt you whether you want to open only the selected section or also the notebook that the section is part of (see Figure 1). If you see this dialog box, click either Open Notebook or Open Section to proceed.

Figure 1. When opening a backed-up section file (a file ending with a *.one file extension), OneNote may display this dialog box. In most cases, opening the associated notebook of a backed-up section (and not just the section alone) will give you more context about the version of the old notes you’re looking at and whether or not they are indeed the notes that you want to restore.

5.
When OneNote opens sections from a backup file, they are placed in a special Open Sections area, which appears under the Unfiled Notes icon at the bottom of the navigation bar. You can examine the notes here to make sure that they are the version you want to restore. To return to this area at any time after clicking away, click the Open Sections icon again (see Figure 2).

Figure 2. The Open Sections icon appears after you’ve double-clicked a section file from a backup set. You can click this icon to return to this special area to review the backup notes before restoring them.


 
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