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Windows 7: Question about IE9 and OneNote 2010

19 Apr 2011   #1

Win 7 Professional 64bit
Question about IE9 and OneNote 2010

How to enable "Send to OneNote" when I right-click on a webpage? I already have the Send to OneNote add-on enabled in the Extensions section of the Add-ons in IE9.


Edit: Also how to enable the same thing when using say Word 2010? I seem to remember that even a few days back the "Send to OneNote" feature used to work. Now it has disappeared!

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19 Apr 2011   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 32 bit/Windows 8.1 64bit

I don't have the 2010 version only 2007 but I find it's not in the right click but if you have the Menu bar showing just click on Tools and go down the list and Send to OneNote is down the bottom of the list. If you don't have the Menu bar showing just hit the Alt key and that will show it for you.
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19 Apr 2011   #3

Win 7 Professional 64bit

@ Joan Archer....Thanks. Yes, Send to OneNote is available through Tools on the Menu Bar. But what I find surprising is that the right-click menu used to also show the same thing but is not unavailable. I just wondered why?
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24 Apr 2011   #4

Win 7 Professional 64bit


I've also got to add another point.

I have two machines (one 12" and the other a 14" that does duty as a desktop) with an identical setup. Both run Win 7 Pro 64-bit. Both have Office 2010 (32-bit) Home and Student Edition (includes OneNote). In fact, both have exactly the same programs installed on them. Except, one (the 14") has more data than the other. Both also have IE9 installed and I use the 32-bit version in both. IE9 on both machines have the same add-ons etc.

On the 14" one in IE9, if I right-click, I get the menu which has the Send to OneNote option. This is also available through Menu (Bar)>Tools.

On the 12" machine, in IE9, if I right-click, I get options (like send mail with Hotmail etc.) but no Send to OneNote option.

How can this be possible?


And since I am detailing this, let me also add the following: As I mentioned above, both machines have the same setup. So, among other things, both have Chrome (latest stable build) and some related addons. Again, both machines have exactly the same add-ons (same version etc.). One of these add-ons (or extensions) is IETab for Chrome.

On the 14" machine, when using Chrome, if I choose to render a web page using IETab, I can right click and get the same menu as in IE9 - including Send to OneNote!!! I have used this often!

But on the 12" machine, in the above scenario, there is no Send to OneNote option!

I stress again...both machines are identically kitted out in terms of OS and softwares (including add-ons).
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