If you look at the XML generated by the OneNote 2007 API, you will notice that the text outline sections are all escaped with CDATA elements. This, in my opinion, is bad form. I am working on transforming the OneNote XML to Silverlight XAML using XSLT and having that portion of the XML escaped makes it more difficult to parse and transform. My guess is that it's like this because much of the HTML is copied from web browsers and HTML is not always well-formed XML (XHTML is). Coming from MindManager that always used well-formed XHTML for note in the XML, I would like much more usable XML from OneNote 2007.
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