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Searching OneNote on an iPad

2017

Searching OneNote on an iPad

One of the advantages of using OneNote is how quickly you can search through all of your notes to find what you’re looking for. This article will explain how you can search for content within OneNote on an iPad.

 

1. Tap the OneNote app on your iPad  
2. Tap the magnifying glass in the top left corner  

3. Type in the topic you want to search for, and it will search in All Notebooks

NOTE: You can tap "All Notebooks" to change this setting to search the Current Notebook or to search the Current Section

 
4. In the list of results, tap the page on which your search text is found and OneNote will navigate to that page.  
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