Printing on Mac is a huge problem. Please make it work.
There does not seem to be a way of printing from one note within the boundary's of a sheet of paper. This is a huge issue. Apple's Numbers is a good example of good user control when printing but With OneNote it would bee good if we could just print within the width of the paper.
Is Microsoft purposely ignoring Mac users? We pay the same price for the Office suite, but get half the functionality.
This is not just with One Note but with all of the Mac Office suite. Excel for example is pathetic compared to the windows version, so many functions left out.
Sorry to see how long this request has been standing, without being resolved. Need to be able to print on a standard letter sized page.
they really need to listen its tough times!!
I'm totally desperate to see this problem solved one day.
In the same vein as JD's workaround to also work with exporting to PDF, if MSFT can fix printing on macOS they would also likely fix the "Save as PDF" issue as well (which is my current gripe). Most likely they are doing a "Print to PDF" which means that the boundary and formatting issues with printing to a printer is happening exactly to PDF. So, fix one (yes, I know it isn't trivial) problem and you actually fix two.
I think Microsoft absolutely doesn’t care about the suggestions given here. That’s exhausting.
Best workaround I've found for this is to open your page in the web platform using Chrome. From there, adjusting the paper size to the largest (A4) and scaling to the lowest (10%) you can fit a lot of content, albeit very tiny, in that frame. This works well with exporting to PDF.
Hope this is helpful.
We should also be able to print more notes at once. It gets really painful when trying to print more notes and having to adjust the settings each time I print.
Selena Baca commented
I completely agree.. main reason I don't use OneNote, I keep checking every few months to see if they've fixed this but they haven't. You'd think making a note app printer friendly would be a priority.
David S commented
Does someone at Microsoft really read things here? That's exhausting...
I think they're laughing at us.
This serious problem has been around for 5 years, and they pretend they don't know about it: