Preformatted Text Styles
the text styles that are available in OneNote 2016 should have the same editing feature as Word 2016 in which it allows you to edit pre-made text styles or add new ones (Heading 1, Heading 2, etc.).
We are pleased to let you know that this was made available as of the January 2017 update.
For more details on how to use this feature, please reference the following article:
Thank you for all your comments and feedback in helping us make OneNote better for everyone to use.
Ralf Longwitz commented
Not complete at all, still no way to edit styles
Not completed at all. LAME.
This uservoice request has not been completed.
Bill Hyde commented
Still no ability to change or add Styles like in Word. This has been a request since at least 2010.
Trevor Johnson commented
As others have mentioned. You can't change the style for headings.
Isaac Burbank commented
This is an embarrassingly bad oversight. This requested functionality has existed in Word for a generation.
Why can't OneNote manage to get custom Styles into their program?
Andrew-Huy Dang commented
Sorry, this isn't exactly the same thing. Feature was NOT COMPLETED.
Austin Spencer commented
From what I can tell, this does not constitute a completed request. The January update added the same built-in styles available in OneNote 2016 to OneNote for Windows 10. However, neither program appears to allow styles to be edited/customized or new styles to be created, which is the request that was originally made.
Gary Oberbrunner commented
In particular, I'd like to create a "source code" style since I keep all kinds of programming notes in OneNote.