Alex Simmons on the OneNote PM team wanted me to post this for him. Have you wanted to create outlines while inking in OneNote? Well with Alex's handy tips you can:
Also, let me add a little to the list below too:
These are not hard rules, just guidelines. You may find success or failure using slight variations of the guidelines above. You'll notice that even though in my example I followed the guidelines pretty closely, the resulting structure still isn't exactly perfect (separate paragraph for "line heights."):
This will allow you to convert to text and it will preserve the paragraph positioning as well as the bullets. Thanks a bunch Alex!
Very nice guide! Was wondering how to do this...
Since you're using Ink Analysis under the hood, it might be worthwhile to experiment with my Ink Analysis Explorer application.
User's (advanced users anyway) can play with it and see just how IA partitions ink and how bullets play a part in paragraph detection and alignment level.
Unfortunately Josh's link is dead. Come back Josh!
Should the tips above allow me to control how ON interprets a new line as a new paragraph? It doesn't for me.
While typing, a line can wrap but stays part of the "previous" paragraph. I have yet to find a way to get the same behavior with ink.
Ok, maybe I have now. I missed the circle tip above when creating bullets.
Is there any way to accomplish the same forced paragraph formatting without littering my documents with bullets?