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This article describes how to move or to copy your custom note flags to another computer in Microsoft Office OneNote 2003.
OneNote 2003 lets you mark notes with note flags so that you can easily come back to information that you want to act on, to remember, to study, or to send.
OneNote 2003 includes five predefined note flags. You can customize all available note flags by creating your own labels for the flags and by selecting icons and colors.
When you customize note flags, the information is stored in the Preferences.dat file. Additionally, the Preferences.dat file stores information for the following items:
By default, the Preferences.dat file is stored in the following location:
C:\Documents and Settings\User ID\Application Data\Microsoft\OneNoteTo move or to copy your custom note flags to another computer, follow these steps:
Article ID: 920254 - Last Review: June 12, 2006 - Revision: 1.0