Using OneNote with a projector can be an effective replacement for a whiteboard. With OneNote Class Notebooks, students receive a synchronised copy of your whiteboard as you write, draw and type. You don’t need an expensive electronic “whiteboard”. Just a projector, ink capable tablet such as a Surface Pro and a willingness to give something new a try.
This tip shows you how to use OneNote in full screen view and how to display your drawing tools and pens. Thank you Shane Mann from Rathkeale College, Masterton, New Zealand, for sharing this tip.


  1. Hey, thanks for the piece of advice!
    One question, though: I don’t get the setting changes to stay. That is, if I close the full-screen mode, the next time I open it, the new settings including the task bar are not saved (so I get to the default, not showing the settings 😦 ). Does anyone know of a fix to this problem?


    1. me too.I think this is a limitation of the program , and if anyone tried onenote 2016 preview please test this and see if it’s fixed .


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