As I was working with pages in the printouts to OneNote, I right clicked one of the pages and saw the menu item for "Restore to Original Size." This is a pretty nifty feature in OneNote that I have never mentioned so I thought I would point it out.
Here’s what it looks like:
Now suppose you place a large image on a page. "Large" here means pixel size – maybe a photo from your camera or something like that which is 2000×1000 pixels in size. When you get in the page, it will be scaled a bit so that it fits on screen. Here’s an image that is 1886×1393 pixels, and barring oddness with it getting formatted in OneNote when I pasted it there and then getting resized for the blog entry here, this is what it looks like:
It is smaller but I can see the whole image in context. If I do not want that for whatever reason, I can right click it and make it full size. Now it won’t completely fit on my screen, but it is the original format. To undo this, just hit CTRL+Z or use the Undo button on the Quick Access Toolbar.
When I restore the original size, I can see the hang glider is actually powered by a human peddling it, for instance.
Here’s what that close up looks full size:
Give this a try. And like I alluded to at the beginning, this works on printout pages as well.
Questions, comments, concerns and criticisms always welcome,