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Microsoft OneOnte 2010 : Revisiting and Restoring a Different Version of a Page

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OneNote keeps back-copies of pages in case you want to revisit or restore an earlier version of a page. After you open a version of a page, you can restore it, making it the primary copy, or copy it to another section.

What’s more, you can delete a version of a page, all the pages in a section, or all the pages in a notebook, and tell OneNote not to keep page versions in a notebook.

To view a version of a page, display the page, click the Share tab, and click the Page Versions button. Tabs with dated versions of your page appear in the page tabs. By clicking a page version tab, you can open a different version of a page.

After you open a page version, you can click at the top of the page to display a menu with commands for restoring, deleting, and copying the page version.

On the Share tab, the gallery on the Page Versions button offers commands for deleting versions of a page in a section, section group, or notebook, and for disabling the back-copying of pages.

1. Revisit and Restore a Page Version

  1. Open the page you want to revisit.

  2. Click the Share tab.

  3. Click the Page Versions button.

  4. Select a version page tab.

  5. Examine the earlier version of the page.

  6. Click above the page to see the page version menu.

  7. Choose Restore Version.

  8. Click the Page Versions button (this button is a toggle, and clicking it again hides the page versions).





Note:

After you restore a version of a page, a tab for the page that was replaced appears in the page tabs. Right-click this tab and choose Restore Version to return it to the primary position.


2. Delete Page Versions

  1. Click the Share tab.

  2. Open the gallery on the Page Versions button.

  3. Choose Delete All Versions in Section.




Tip:

To stop keeping versions of pages throughout a notebook, open the gallery on the Page Versions button and choose Disable History for This Notebook. Beware, however, that OneNote does not keep backup copies of the notebook, not just its pages, if you choose this command.



Tip:

To delete individual versions of a page, click the Page Versions button. Then, in the page tabs, right-click the version you want to delete and choose Delete Version.

 
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