Many of you have been trying out the Microsoft OneNote 2010 Beta since its release last week and I hope you’ve been enjoying the test drive. One of the main questions that we’ve repeatedly been asked is whether or not OneNote 2010 has native support for the “Send to OneNote” print driver on 64-bit Windows. The answer is yes! (Read answers to many other Frequently Asked Questions about OneNote 2010 Beta on our new OneNote 2010 Beta Documentation site.)
That said, if you’re sticking with the released version of OneNote 2007 for now and you’re using it on a 64-bit edition of Windows 7 or Windows Vista, I’m happy to share the good news that Microsoft Program Manager David Rasmussen has released an update to his 64-bit Windows print driver for OneNote 2007. (To read about the previous release, click here.)
Version 1.1 of David’s “XPS2OneNote” print driver fixes a number of issues that some people had on the 64-bit edition of Windows 7. This new version also adds the option to print to a single page or to print each page to a separate sub page (a frequently requested feature). In addition, you can now more easily scale printouts to a custom size.
Read David’s latest blog post for more information and for the link to the free download. And please be sure to read the instructions before installing and using the new version.
As before, David took personal time away from work to develop this latest version, so if you try this solution and it meets your needs, please consider leaving David some positive feedback about his efforts.