Save Web Pages in OneNote from Firefox 3 with ‘Send to OneNote’

Copy an entire web page with images and formatting from Firefox, Flock or Internet Explorer into Microsoft OneNote using Clip to OneNote.

July 02, 2008


If you have installed OneNote with Firefox 3 already, skip this. For others OneNot fans, the good news is that the unofficial ‘Clip to OneNote’ add-on is now available for Firefox 3 but with a new name – ‘Send to OneNote’.

Send to OneNote (skip registration) enables to you copy complete web pages from Firefox into your OneNote notebook with a single right click. You also use this to clip only specific portions of a web page.

And if any web page includes complex formatting (like Google Maps or your Gmail inbox), you can always use the built-in screen clipping function of OneNote that gets activated by pressing Win+S.