Applies to: OneNote for Windows 10.
In OneNote for Windows 10, you can merge numerous chosen ink strokes into a single object. This is helpful when you want to move several ink strokes around on a page, when you want to copy and paste a detailed selection, or when you want to edit several ink strokes’ dimensions proportionally.
Do the following:
- Open the page with a drawing whose ink strokes you want to join.
Tip: To create a new drawing, see Write notes and draw in OneNote.
- On the Draw tab, press or tap the Lasso Select tool on the far left of the ribbon.
- Drag a selection around the specific first ink stroke you intend to include.
- When the first ink stroke is chosen, hold the Ctrl key, and then drag a new lasso selection around another ink stroke on the page.
- When every sought ink stroke have been integrated into a single selection, right-click the selection, and then select or tap Group on the menu that appears.
- To separate a grouped range of ink strokes, right-click the grouped ink strokes, and then press or select Ungroup on the menu that appears.
- Grouping a selection that already contains another group of ink strokes will combine the two groups into one.
- If preferred, you can utilise keyboard shortcuts to group or ungroup a selection. Press Ctrl+W to merge selected ink strokes, or press Ctrl+H to separate them.