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Anja Tabatabai

Jan 25, 2024, 3:26:01 PMJan 25
<div>As of June 15, 2018, any previously shared links to single pages of notes were automatically expired. Recipients of shared page links will no longer be able to view these pages, unless a recipient has been given access to the full notebook containing a previously shared page. </div><div></div><div></div><div></div><div></div><div></div><div></div><div></div><div>download notebook page</div><div></div><div>Download Zip: </div><div></div><div></div><div>We recently removed the ability to share a single page of notes from personal notebooks stored on OneDrive. Please read below for more information about this feature deprecation and the technical reasons behind it.</div><div></div><div></div><div>If your notebook was stored on your personal OneDrive account, you were previously able to share a single page of notes that others could view but not edit. To do this, OneNote created an anonymous, public link to a Web-based version of the selected page.</div><div></div><div></div><div>Notebook owners can restore access to any previously shared pages by newly sharing the full notebook with collaborators. Alternately, you can create a separate notebook that contains copies of only those pages that you want to share, and then invite others to that separate notebook.</div><div></div><div></div><div>Prevent students from making further edits to a page in your Class Notebook while you're reviewing it, after the due date has passed, or at any time. While a student page is locked, you can view and make comments, but the student will only be able to view the page.</div><div></div><div></div><div>In our experience, this does not work, the deleted pages do not go into either the teacher or the students OneDrive and there is nothing in the OneNote/Notebook recycle bin. By default History is turned off on Class Notebooks and even when manually enabled, it does not track pages or sections deleted by students in the web client. Deleted content disappears into a blackhole.</div><div></div><div></div><div>The deleted sections were not found in the Recycle bin for both myself and the student in One Drive following these instructions: -us/topic/recover-deleted-class-notebook-files-from-the-onedrive-rec...</div><div></div><div></div><div></div><div></div><div></div><div></div><div> MHB777 This is a case of Microsoft has released a product without proper data safety fetures such as backups. It seems if a student accidentally deletes a a page in Class Notebbok collaboration space, it's gone forever ... so much for collaboration! It's a real pity!</div><div></div><div></div><div>The intended use is whenever a specific type of event is added to a specific calender, a new section in a notebook is automatically created, named with the basic information of the event and already contains a set of sub-pages which can be defined in a template section (e.g. Basic Infos, Customer Infos, To-Do-Lists...). We already do this by hand (for planning and structuring upcoming events), but its tedious and prone to errors (wrong dates, wrong locations etc...).</div><div></div><div></div><div>But i cant seem to find a way to get the created pages titles set right. They are all unnamed. I can get the page titles from the template sections and write them into the body of the created page, but how can i set the titel of a page?</div><div></div><div></div><div>A new month means it's time to celebrate and welcome the new user groups that have joined our community. We are excited to announce that we have more than 8 New Groups, which is no surprise after the amazing Microsoft Power Platform Conference. This month, we are breaking them out by the different community categories. If your group is listed here, give this post a kudo so we can celebrate with you!Don't forget to take a look at the many events happening near you or virtually! It's a great time of year to connect and engage with User Groups both locally and online. Please Welcome Our NEW User Groups Power Platform:PowerIT User Group: NottinghamPower Platform User Group: BergenPower Platform User Group: DanmarkNashville Power Platform User GroupMicrosoft Ambassador Program y Mujer Latina Technolochicas NCWIT CommunityCopilot Studio: Copilot User Group ItaliaDynamics365:Dynamics User Group AdriaticDynamic 365 Azerbaijan December User Group Events 01 Dec 2023Aprendiendo Desarrollo web, creando mi primer power app y power page.01 Dec 2023 Q4 Hybrid Philadelphia Dynamics 365 & Power Platform User Group Meeting05 Dec 2023APAC Dynamics 365 FastTrack Bootcamp - BI and Analytics07 Dec 2023Bay Area Power Platform Meetup: Learn, Share, and Connect07 Dec 2023Indiana D365/AX December User Group Meeting07 Dec 2023Dynamics User Group Meeting: Houston09 Dec 2023December '23 - NEW Power Apps User Group Meeting - Online12 Dec 2023December Cleveland Power Platform User Group Meeting12 Dec 2023RW2 Data Stewardship Open Forum Discussion13 Dec 2023 Black Country Power Platform User Group - December 2023 - West Midlands</div><div></div><div></div><div>For deploying updates to Windows or Mac computers: See the Updating the software chapter of the deployment guide for your operating system. To find the deployment guides, visit the Documents page.</div><div></div><div></div><div>Writing, diagrams and pictures are all ways that people immortalize the things they notice during their day-to-day life. And since a notebook is a common place for those observations, we wanted to make sure that our notebook would be kept close at hand.</div><div></div><div></div><div>Page 1 of the new MD Notebook is the cover, which is made from MD PAPER like the pages.</div><div></div><div>Every sensation is comfortable, from the movement of the pen on the paper to the way the notebook fits in your hands when you pick it up and rests under your hand when you write.</div><div></div><div></div><div>We think the additional paper or cover on a standard notebook makes the notebook more difficult to open, or causes wobbling, which interferes with your writing comfort.</div><div></div><div>This gives the MD Notebook an iconic design where you can see the mesh on the spine, called cheesecloth, that is hidden under the cover in other notebooks.</div><div></div><div></div><div>The type with lines has a thick line at the center so that you can divide each page in half or divide a two-page spread into quarters. Use it for notes or a diary, or add dates and use it as a schedule.</div><div></div><div></div><div>Another iconic feature of the MD Notebook is the string attached to the spine. Each type of notebook now has its own color of string, with a white string in the cotton type and an orange string in the diary type. This adds a tasteful accent that can be glimpsed through the white spine and between the pages.</div><div></div><div></div><div>These notebooking-style pages help your student interact with the countries and regions you "visit" on your Sonlight F journey. Map, timeline and question activities lead students to understand and appreciate various cultures. Questions coordinate with the Journey to the Eastern Hemisphere. These notebook pages also include ideas for enriching hands-on activities.</div><div></div><div></div><div>I ordered one Flexi Midi notebook (approx. 5 x 7 ) with 100gsm paper. The cover featured artwork by Catrin Welz-Stein whose work I am enamored with. I also ordered a hard cover Midi notebook with 120gsm paper. Included in my order was a free A7 sized Paper-Oh lined notebook which is part of Paperblanks contemporary line and featured a metallic grey wave texture on the outside.</div><div></div><div></div><div>The Oceania Diamond Rosette Midi ($18.95) Notebook in Hardcover is beautifully embossed with antiqued gold foiling and a textural look though the cover is actually a matte soft-touch wrapped paper hardcover notebook.</div><div></div><div></div><div>The Oceania notebook features the 120gsm and this is what I wanted to try. The paper is a soft white ivory (which is very difficult to photograph correctly) and I purchased the blank version. The only other option was lined.</div><div></div><div></div><div>Compared to the velvety texture of the 120gsm paper, the 100gsm paper seems a bit smoother, silkier. I enjoyed writing on it despite knowing that it was more likely to bleed or showthrough. The advantage of the lighter weight paper is that a guide sheet is much more easy to see under the blank pages.</div><div></div><div></div><div>In the end, I am more inclined to stick to the blank pages to avoid any additional issues, especially with the 100gsm paper. The 120gsm paper may stand up to the printing process better. If anyone decides to try the heavier paper with lines, please let me know if you run into any issues.</div><div></div><div></div><div>I am glad I tried Paperblanks again. I am 100% sold on the the 120gsm paper and I do like the unusual Midi size. I look forward to trying more variations of the Paperblanks notebooks in various sizes.</div><div></div><div></div><div>To do that, under the General Channel we can go to the Class Notebook pivot. If you have never used the Class Notebook before, it will prompt you to create your notebook. If you need help with this, check out this Step-by-Step guide.</div><div></div><div></div><div>Tip: You can add PDFs to Class Notebook pages and set them as the background for students to easily write and add text on top of. To do this, you can insert a file into your page as a Printout. Then, you will need to use the Desktop application of OneNote and right-click on the PDF and click Set as Background. Now students will not be able to move the PDF around on the page.</div><div></div><div></div><div>Add in the title and description for the Assignment. The next step is to attach the Class Notebook page. Click Attach a Resource, and click the Class Notebook option from the list on the side. Then, navigate to where you have placed the assignment, and attach it.</div><div></div><div></div><div>See how easy that was? Now you are a Pro at both Class notebook and the Assignments tab in Teams. If you have any other questions on how to take full advantage of Microsoft Teams, let us know in the comments below!</div><div></div><div></div><div>The notebook page was a forged diary page created by Vera Misham at the request of defense attorney Kristoph Gavin. It is notable in that it is the piece of evidence that caused Phoenix Wright to lose his attorney's badge for eight years.</div><div></div><div></div><div>In April of 2019, magician Zak Gramarye was put on trial under the charge of murdering his mentor, Magnifi Gramarye. Determined to win at all costs, Zak's defense attorney, Kristoph Gavin, decided to resort to forgery to ensure his victory. Noticing that the last page of Magnifi's Diary had been ripped out, Kristoph contacted Drew Misham, who sold forgeries created by his daughter, Vera. Kristoph had Vera create a fake page that made it look as if Magnifi had continued to write his diary after Zak left his room on the night of the murder, thus proving that Zak could not have been the killer. To this end, Kristoph sent the original page as a sample, to reproduce the edge and Magnifi's handwriting, along with a printed document with the new text to write. However, Zak ended up firing Kristoph before his trial after a game of poker deemed him untrustworthy, then he hired Phoenix Wright to defend him instead.</div><div></div><div> 9738318194</div>
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