Just found this great post on Digg:
It’s a pretty good overview of OneNote functionality for the uninitiated – here’s the section about Sharing Notes – there’s lots more on the original post
• Selecting All – Edit/ Select: All, Page, or Page Group to select various pages for copying, printing, emailing or saving to web page. Also Ctrl+Shift+A to select a page, then Ctrl+A to select all subpages and Ctrl+A again to select all in a section. Also double click on page tab to select whole page, and click again to select subpages. Ctrl+Click to select individual pages.
• Publishing Web Pages – Save OneNote pages so users without OneNote can still read them. File/ Publish Pages to save as HTML document viewable in browser.
• Send to Email – Share notes by emailing in Outlook 2003. File/ E-mail will send notes as HTML content to any recipient and include OneNote file as attachment for OneNote users.
• Send to Word – Selected note pages can be sent to Word as a word document with File/Send to/ Microsoft Office Word. You can also save directly to Word format with File/ Save As/ Save As Type: Word Document with .DOC. Also copy selected notes or pages and paste into any Office program. Edit/ Copy, then paste to target application.
• Real Time Sharing – Share your notes with others for viewing or editing in real time. File/ Share with Others, Start A Session, assign a Password and Select Pages to share. Option to send email invitation or connect with a shared address. All participants retain a copy of the shared notes.
• Data from Excel – Copy & paste spreadsheet range into OneNote. Paste options include; pasting with formatting (editable), pasting as text (editable), and pasting picture (non editable). Formulas are not retained; numbers are displayed in tabular format.
• Data from Word – Copy & paste text into OneNote. Paste options include paste with formatting and paste as picture. Continuous numbered lists pick up list formatting in OneNote. Best fidelity is paste as picture though it is non editable.
• Data from PowerPoint – Individual slides can be copied and pasted into OneNote as images
• Document as Picture – To annotate Word, Excel & PowerPoint documents choose Insert/ Document as Picture to create Images of pages in OneNote. Resulting Images are not editable but can be annotated.
• Web Content – Copy & paste or drag & drop content from web page into OneNote. Web content appears with hyperlink to source page.
• Pocket PC and SmartPhone Notes – OneNote will read notes (.pwi) files of handwritten text, typed text, and drawings from a Pocket PC and import them into a “Copied from Pocket PC Notes” section.
• Audio & Video Recording – Tools/ Audio and Video Recording to record audio only or audio & video with your notes. Playback is linked to text. Recorded file is stored separate from notes file. Right click OneNote icon in taskbar for quick recording when OneNote is not open.