Software & Apps Windows How to Print From OneNote for Windows 10 Put your notes and notebooks to print by Scott Orgera Writer Scott Orgera is a former writer who covering tech since 2007. He has 25+ years experience as a programmer and QA leader, and holds several Microsoft certifications. our editorial process Facebook Twitter Scott Orgera Updated on August 08, 2019 Maskot / Sweden / Getty Images Windows The Ultimate Laptop Buying Guide Tweet Share Email Although your OneNote content can be viewed or searched from virtually any device, you may occasionally have a need to go old school and actually print a hard copy of something. Follow the steps below to learn how to print from OneNote in Windows 10, whether it's printing a page, section, or a complete notebook. This article is intended for users running OneNote for Windows 10. How to Print From OneNote for Windows 10 Select the three horizontal dots located in the upper right-hand corner of the screen. Select Print. The OneNote Printer interface should now be visible, overlaying the main application window. Ensure the correct printer is selected from the drop-down menu provided. To export the current page to a PDF file, as opposed to printing a hard copy, select Microsoft Print to PDF from the printer menu. Enter the number of copies you wish to print. In the Orientation drop-down menu, select either Portrait (tall) or Landscape (wide). Select Current Page from the Pages drop-down menu. If you’d rather print a section or even the full contents of your notebook, as opposed to just the current page, select Current Section or Current Notebook from the Pages drop-down menu. Select Print. How to Print to OneNote for Windows 10 Now that we’ve gone over how to print content from OneNote, let’s take a look at how you can send information from other apps directly to your OneNote notebook. This can include spreadsheets, emails, drawings, and even entire web pages. Go to Send to OneNote app on the Microsoft Store and select Get to download and install the free app. Once the installation is complete you can close the Microsoft Store window, as this app doesn't need to be manually launched. Open the file or document containing the content you want to send to OneNote, then select Print within its corresponding application. The respective application’s printing interface should now appear, which will contain a drop-down menu with a list of available printers. Select the drop-down menu to view its options. Select Send to OneNote from the list, then select Print. OneNote will now appear in the foreground, prompting you to select a location to save this content. Once you’ve made your selection, select OK to continue. Select Always send printouts to the selected location if you’d like to skip this step going forward. The content will now be sent to the OneNote location chosen in the previous step, added to the notebook page in the form of an image.