Microsoft today released a new update for its OneNote app for Windows 10 PCs and Tablets on Fast Ring with Skip Ahead Enabled. The update comes with a major bug fix and minor new feature for Windows 10 users.

With the latest update, Microsoft has now fixed a major bug for users with High DPI displays which caused issue after the previous update. The issue has now been fixed by the company and now acts better than ever on multiple or high DPI monitors.

The company has also added a new feature added which is the ability to print relevant portions of a notebook. Users can now print a single page, or a complete section or entire notebook without any issues to have the notebook stored Offline for future use.

The PDF printouts now are more clearer than before in OneNote App for Windows 10. The team has also added a new setting which automatically capitalize the first word of a sentence.

The update is currently rolling out for Fast Ring Windows Insider with new version 17.8625 and is only available for users who have enabled Skip Ahead. The update after successful testing will be made available for other users in coming days or weeks.

You can download the latest OneNote App update for Windows 10 from the Microsoft Store link. Do let us know if you find anything more not mentioned above after the new OneNote App update in the comments below.

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