Docking your OneNote page to your desktop

How to share your monitor real estate between OneNote and another application.

Thomas Duff

by Thomas Duff on 10/24/2016

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Date Revised:
10/24/2016

Applies to:
Dock To Desktop, OneNote


OneNote is a great tool, and I can hardly function without it now. But there are times when I need to have the OneNote page displayed side-by-side with the other application I have on the screen, and I don't want to keep switching back and forth between screens. I can do that by automatically docking my page to the side of my desktop.

When you have a new (or existing page open, go to the View > Dock to Desktop icon in the Ribbon Bar:

When you click that icon, the open OneNote page will dock itself to the right side of the page, and your other open windows won't use that docked space:

And if you need to get back to having your OneNote screen float around like normal, you can click the two-headed arrow in the upper right corner of the docked page:

Topic: One Minute Office Magic

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