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Is it possible to set my preferences so that every time I open up a notebook everything is not expanded? I can't find it anywhere..
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What do you mean by "everything is not expanded"? Can you flesh this question out a bit more?

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what do you mean?
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Definitely need more info...or a better/more detailed description of what is desired.

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When I use notebook I format each class under one tab in a collapsalbe outline view that is tabbed under using different note levels. Every time I open a class notebook every possible outline is expanded in the entire notebook, instead of being collapsed as they were when I closed the program last. I have to go through and collapse each of the previous class days before I can take notes. I feel like there has to be a setting that allows me to open the program with all of note levels collapsed vs. expanded
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Which "View" do you have Word set at when taking notes in class? And how are you saving them as you go along?

The reason I ask is it sounds like you're using the Outline View?
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"Notebook Layout View" and .docx
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