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(Note: This is the third tip in our Getting Started series for OneNote.)
Sometimes you put so much stuff into an OneNote notebook you can't find something--even though you've organized the notebook into well-labeled sections and pages. If you're a big traveler, for example, you might have packed it with menus from exquisite restaurants in Paris or notes about the Egyptian Pyramids you visited last year.
One really fast way to find pretty much anything, anywhere in OneNote is to search for it. Just type a phrase in the Search box.
Search within a single notebook or many notebooks
You can search all of your notebooks, a single notebook or section, a group of sections, or a single page. Search lets you easily choose which: Click Change to see all the options.
Searching all types of content
OneNote can automatically search typed or handwritten text, and text in images.
It also searches keywords in audio and video recordings, but to do that, you need to change OneNote's settings manually. Go to File > Options >Audio & Video and, under Audio Search, check Enable searching audio and video recording for words.
I'm not sure how old this thread is, or if anyone is still looking at it, however, I have one issue that I can't seem to find an answer for. Is there a way to search for a specific tag in OneNote 2010? I don't want to have to navigate through a list or summary page of every single tag I've ever used in order to get a summary of just one.