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    One Note Shared signoff or acknowledgment

    I have been asked if this is possible. Our dept head would like to use One Note to write up policy changes...post them to a dept shared folder on the network, and have some way for everyone to sign off on them when they have read them. Other than adding their name to the bottom which I would assume would mark that edit as to what username had accomplished it is there any way to do this?

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    I'm not aware of any better way in OneNote. In spite of my love for OneNote, I'm not sure that this is the best use of it.
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    Hey, are you using OneNote 2010? If so, check out the Share ribbon. there appears to be a button that will do exactly what you want
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    Quote Originally Posted by WebGenii View Post
    Hey, are you using OneNote 2010? If so, check out the Share ribbon. there appears to be a button that will do exactly what you want
    Phooey. 2010 at home but 2007 at work. Hospitals don't like to be out at bleeding edge. Thanks.

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