Many of us have become so accustomed to copying and pasting data that it has become second nature to us. It's something we take for granted, or don't really think twice about. We just do it. After all it's so simple, right? Well sometimes, it's not so simple, particularly when you think you've copied one thing only to find out that you've really copied something else. Or you've already got some data on the clipboard and you don't want to lose it by copying something else there.
Why can't I get my stuff into Word without copying and pasting it? Word is where my stuff will ultimately end up any way. OneNote is not an application where you'd want to spend any length of time generating a refined document. After all, it just doesn't have the necessary tools and quite frankly is not capable of producing such a thing. It's design is to allow you to easily capture your stuff and keep it safe until you need it.
Well, the Send to Word feature in OneNote is here to save the day. You don't have to copy anything to the clipboard in order to get it into Word. Just click File -> Send To -> Microsoft Office Word and your whole page of notes magically appears in a new page in Word.