There are several ways to disable OneNote add-ins. Some of these include the notifications area in the toolbar, Windows startup, and Spell checking. To disable one of these, follow these simple steps: 1. Open the Local Group Policy Editor (GPEDIT). 2. Navigate to OneNote Options > Add-ins. Double-click the Disable installed OneNote Add-ins setting. If you do not see any options, select Enabled.
Microsoft OneNote add-ins
There are two ways to disable Microsoft OneNote add-in features on Windows. One way is to uninstall the application from the Control Panel. Once the app is removed, you should restart your PC to ensure that it no longer exists. Once your PC restarts, OneNote will no longer be accessible.
There are two versions of Microsoft OneNote: the desktop version and the OneNote UWP version. Before disabling the add-in, you should know about the differences between the two versions. For instance, some add-ins work with the desktop version of OneNote while others are available only for the UWP version.
Microsoft OneNote add-ins extend the functionality of Office applications. Most use open web technologies, but some still use an older COM solution. A good example is OneMore, a COM add-in for OneNote that includes a wide range of features. It lets you clean your text, manage custom styles, merge or split pages, add labels, and create bidirectional links. OneMore is available in both versions of OneNote.
If you use OneNote frequently but do not want to have the program start on Windows startup, you can disable the program’s startup file. To do this, open the Task Manager (CTRL + Shift + ESC). Click on the Startup tab and click Disable. OneNote will now function normally, but it will not be in the system tray or start at system startup.
The Startup Apps list is found on the right-hand side of Windows’ Settings. The list includes applications and services that run automatically when Windows starts. By enabling or disabling these apps, you can quickly and easily start using your favorite applications. This is useful for speeding up your PC and increasing your productivity.
Notification area in the toolbar
To disable the OneNote toolbar icon on your taskbar, navigate to the File tab and choose Options. Click the Notification area in the toolbar option and then uncheck the box next to it. Alternatively, you can access Task Manager by right-clicking any location on the taskbar. Then, click More details. Scroll down to the Notification area in the toolbar and click Disable.
The steps above disable the toolbar icon from OneNote, but do not prevent it from starting up at OS startup. To disable the toolbar icon, navigate to the System Settings tab. Select Notifications and actions. From here, click Display and then untick one of the app’s icons.
When writing in OneNote, it’s easy to disable spell checking in order to ensure your work is free of errors. You can either disable spell check on a single note or the entire document. In addition, you can disable it on a particular language if you don’t have a dictionary for it. For example, if you want to use a dictionary for Frisian, you can disable it.
To turn off spell checking in OneNote, go to the File menu tab and select Options. In the Options tab, select Hide spelling and grammar errors. Then click OK to apply the changes. Once you’ve disabled spell checking, you should no longer see red squiggles on your notes.