No you can't. The idea behind OneNote is to sync all the data from one device to another. You can choose to turn off your data plan/wifi when OneNote is opened to stop syncing or you can instead use Microsoft Office app to save your notes, they don't get automatically synced.
Resetting Office fixed it for me:
On your Windows Phone, Go to Settings, tap Applications, and then tap Office
Tap Reset Office.
OneNote should create the default Personal notebook on Onedrive. It creates the notebook in the Documents folder on Onedrive. Can you see that folder via the browser?
Unfortunately the OneNote app on Windows Phone doesn't allow you to move sections or notebooks around like you can on the Desktop client/Windows 8 app.
If you don't have Windows 8 or a ...
There isn't any action history in OneNote for Windows Phone / Windows 10 Mobile.
If you made some unwanted changes, the only few ways to get back to the last good version I can think of are :
Access previous versions history from OneNote Online, or also OneNote on your computer if available.
If you have OneNote installed on a computer and it has the last ...
Yes, you can access OneNote notes even on offilne mode though you can access only upto last synchronized notes.
If you have made all the notes on your phone itself then all the notes will be available and if you have made notes through your PC's OneNote App then you have to synchronize it with your phone.
Just figured out how to remove paragraph spacing in OneNote Online:
Select the text you want to re-format.
Click the HOME tab at the top.
Click the down arrow in STYLES.
At the bottom of the list, click CLEAR FORMATTING.
All styles except NORMAL also remove the spacing. Unfortunately, I don't see a way to adjust spacing outside the stock list of styles.
The recordig is being saved within your OneNote document so there's no way to access it through the file explorer (neither on the phone nor when conencting it to the pc).
When your document is synced to the cloud you can either download your audio file by opening the web-version of OneNote or by extracting it through the desktop version (for both right-...
The solution I went for, which is hardly really deserving of the word "solution", is that I realized that OneNote has the structure of
Notebooks -> Sections -> Pages
Synchronization happens independently for each Notebook. So I
created a new Notebook in the web
created new pages there
copy/pasted my content across
Of course the formatting was messed up,...
Its easier to download media from OneNote...through your computer. OneNote on the desktop allows you to right click on a media file within the note and choose an option of downloading the media or, in the case of .mp3 files, to play/preview then
I advise that you open OneNote on your computer, syncronize it, making sure that the same account on your ...
I encountered the same problem on my iOS Notes app on my iPad. I had to just cut the entry, then paste it to a new note at the preferred destination. In your case, this is the OneDrive notebook. Even with a few dozen entries, you will be finished with the manual process before you get another answer.
Don't worry. I have experienced it before, until I found that you just have to wait. Turn your data connection on (in my case, wifi) and wait for a couple of seconds until the app synchronises. Then, the delete option will become available. Try it.
So, as I said, you just have to wait depending on your data or wifi speed. I had to wait about 23seconds. ...
Open MS Office in Windows phone
Tap on OneDrive from places
Tap on Documents
There you will find your notebooks
On top left where you see the arrows, tap on that
You can navigate easily