Craig Pringle pointed to a handy feature of OneNote today that I have totally missed before. I use OneNote very heavily and have never seen what Craig pointed out and it is going to be a huge time saver for me. What I often do is take notes in OneNote while referring to information in another program or window and I have always toggled between the two windows while doing so. It works OK but it’s a pain to keep jumping between OneNote and the other window while taking notes. Craig points out that in OneNote you can tell it to keep the OneNote window on top of other windows meaning you can take notes on your OneNote page while keeping the other program open for reference. Talk about a big time-saver in this situation! Thanks for pointing out the obvious to us, Craig!