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Pimp your presentation in OneNote

Powerpoint to OneNote
Koen Timmers
by Koen Timmers
Educator - Author - Keynote speaker - Global Teacher Prize 2017 finalist

Did you know you can export your PowerPoint slides to OneNote? Yes you can! In this tutorial I will show you how to export from PowerPoint to OneNote and boost your presentation with some easy tricks. Read this article in case you want to know more about presenting via OneNote

Open your presentation in PowerPoint and go to File > Print

Choose Send to OneNote and edit the settings. Hit Print.

Powerpoint to OneNote

Choose the location by selecting a document and section. 

Hit OK.

Your slides will be exported to OneNote and appear in different pages. 

After some copy/pasting you can rearrange your slides into one page. Draw some arrows between the slides to point out the direction.
Add some additional information in the sidebar. Create a shareable link so your audience can visit your presentation. 
Create a QR-code at so your audience can simply go to your presentation.

By zooming in you're good to go. Put your document in Full Screen mode so nobody will see you're actually using OneNote (not that this is a shameful thing to do). 

Want to know more about Presenting via OneNote? Read this article:Ā 

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