From James Linton:
OneNote Batch will batch process OneNote objects in pages of all notebooks or selected sections. It scans local links in selected OneNote notebooks, and pack the files with the links. With the package, we can restore the files to another computer like original path. Unpack the file create by "Pack Local Link Docs" feature, restore the files to the path like original, import selected images into OneNote. This feature will create a page for an image, and according the List, OneNote Batch will create a page with a title.
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"Works as advertised"
Version: OneNote Batch 220.127.116.11
It does what it is supposed to do (Outlook Notes to OneNote notes).
It is fairly quick.
It does not take a rocket scientist to figure it out.
It does not have a feature to send the Outlooks Notes to a single tab, or group the Notes by category.
Microsoft has offered OneNote as part of Office since I believe Office 2003. OneNote is kind of like Outlook Notes on steroids. I describe OneNote like a cross between Pinterest, ScreenGrabber, a three-ring binder, and Outlook Note in one package. While OneNote does integrate with certain folders of Outlook, one cannot easily import Outlook Notes into OneNote very easily (c'mon Microsoft, what's up with that?). So along comes OneNote Batch. It does what it says it will do, but for every note, it creates a new tab in the notebook you specify. I've got 206 Notes in Outlook... I *don't* want 206 tabs in OneNote. I've rectified it now so that it is organized into about five tabs, but I wish OneNote Batch would have allowed me to do that from the beginning, say put all notes with the category of "Book" in a Book tab, or alphabetize by subject line (A-F notes, G-L notes, M-P notes, etc.). Having no way to group the Outlook notes makes for a messy OneNote notebook in my opinion. Other than that, it works as it should.On my review above, I have created an error in terms. I use "tabs" meaning pages. I wish there was an easier way of putting multiple Outlook notes on one PAGE (not tab). It is already imported to the correct tab.
Updated on Mar 19, 2014