Microsoft today pushed out a new update for its UWP OneNote app for Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile. The app has been bumped to new version 17.8241.5759.0. The latest update brings many new features along with the regular fixes and improvements.

Users will now be able to send anything on the computer right to OneNote, but will need to install Send To OneNote app from the Windows Store to print directly to OneNote. Users can now easily enter Outlook meeting details in the new note with the new Insert meeting details option.

Page versions option lets users to recover older version of OneNote Pages by Right Clicking on any page and choosing Page Versions. Users can also select Multiple OneNote pages by using Ctrl+Click or Shift+click to select Multiple Pages and also move them to cut or copy, paste or delete.

Its now easier to copy or move pages by right clicking on a page and choose to cut or copy it then paste it in the new destination. The latest update now allows OneNote to support spell check in multiple languages. Users can Right click on the selected text and Choose Set Language to specify the language to use.

The company has also added support for a Undo option which will help users to revert back to the Accidental Undo. Apart from the above major features the company has also added the usual bug fixes and improvements to the application.

The latest update to the OneNote app is currently live and you can get it by clicking the below link.

Download OneNote for Windows 10

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