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Microsoft OneNote 2010 : Restoring Notes from a Backup (part 2) - Restoring an Entire Section from a Backup, Restoring Selected Pages from a Backup

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Restoring an Entire Section from a Backup

After you reviewed the notes which you opened of one of your whole of help, you can reconstitute them by copying a whole section and its pages with your current, most up to date notebook from your primary education hard drive disk drive.

To restore an entire section, do the following:

1.
If necessary, open the notebook to which you want to restore a set of backed-up notes.

2.
Click the Open Sections icon at the bottom of the navigation bar to display the section or sections that you opened from a backup set (see Figure 1) and then click the section containing the notes pages you want to restore.

3.
To restore the currently selected backup section to its proper notebook, right-click its section tab, and then click Move or Copy on the shortcut menu.

4.
In the Move or Copy Section dialog box, click to select the icon of the notebook to which you want to restore the section and its pages, and then click Copy. (You cannot choose Move because doing so would leave you with an incomplete backup folder of those notes.)

5.
Navigate to the notebook to which you copied (restored) the backup section. When you see the restored section, it will still contain the date stamp of the backup as part of the section name. When you no longer need this information, right-click the section tab, click Rename on the shortcut menu, and then either delete the date stamp or type a new name for the section and then press Enter.

6.
When you’re done examining the backup in the Open Sections area, right-click each of the open section tabs and then click Close on the shortcut menu.

Restoring Selected Pages from a Backup

If you don’t want to restore an entire section of notes but merely one or more specific pages within a backed-up section, you can restore those pages to your current, most up-to-date notebook on your primary hard drive.

To restore selected pages, do the following:

1.
If necessary, open the notebook to which you want to restore a set of backed-up notes.

2.
Click the Open Sections icon at the bottom of the navigation bar to display the section or sections that you opened from a backup set (see Figure 1) and then click the section containing the notes pages you want to restore.

3.
On the right side of the currently selected backup section, click the tab of the page you want to restore. If you want to restore multiple pages from this section, hold the Ctrl key on your keyboard and click the page tabs that you want to include in the restoration.

4.
Right-click any one of the selected page tabs and then click Move or Copy on the shortcut menu.

5.
In the Move or Copy Pages dialog box, expand the target notebook and click to select the section to which you want to restore the selected pages, and then click Copy. (You cannot choose Move because doing so would leave you with an incomplete backup folder of those notes.)

6.
Navigate to the notebook to which you copied (restored) the backup pages to inspect that they were restored correctly.

7.
When you’re done examining the backup in the Open Sections area, right-click each of the open section tabs and then click Close on the shortcut menu.

When you no longer need a specific backup set of your notes, or if you need to delete a backup set after a successful restoration for security reasons, you can delete its folder in the backup location that you specified . Unless hard drive space or security is an issue, you generally don’t need to manually clean up backup sets, as the oldest ones will eventually be overwritten with new versions.


It’s up to you to decide how much you want to invest in the security and reliability of your notes and of the information that you create and keep in OneNote.

If you come to rely on this great program as your primary information repository (or more simply put, an ever-expanding extension of your brain), consider committing to the few extra steps it takes to protect your notes from prying eyes, from technical failures, and from those all-too-common human errors that can ruin a perfectly good day. You’ll be glad you did.

 
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