I’m greatly disappointed with Windows 8 and Office 2013. I bought both and I want my money back. The key issue with Windows — I cannot stand new ugly interface. It is the first time I have no desire to hack this windows release. As for new Office 2013, it holds me from doing essential things. There is a big unresolved issue in OneNote 2013 with a function which me and my wife use everyday: copying from web pages. When I selectively copy from IE10 using the button “Send to OneNote” (same for IE9) OneNote 2013 does not include the hyperlink reference “inserted from” at the end of the fragment. Let me show how it looks in OneNote 2010 (Windows 7):
There is a clear reference inserted at the bottom “Inserted from”. Nice and tidy.
Here’s the ugly twin from OneNote 2013 (installed under Windows 8) from exactly the same source:
See the difference? There is no bloody reference. And, of course, I checked in OneNote Advanced options “Include link to source when content is pasted”. With or without — the result is the same.
So I returned back to Office 2010. If you know a solution for this OneNote bug, please let me know.
[UPDATE] The only solid fix I’ve found is to use VL version of Office 2013, where this bug has gone forever.