OneNote 2010: touch-panning momentum

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  1. ceejay

    ceejay Pen Pal - Newbie

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    I like the newest auto-switch feature for panning/writing. But is there a way to get the finger-panning to have momentum? I feel like I'm doing a lot of work here to flip down a big document. I'm looking for momentum options like I have in chromeTouch.
     
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    Feralboy Scribbler - Standard Member

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    Interesting...I've been looking for something similar -- a bookmark feature. I've got some rather long PDFs that I've "sent to OneNote", then I use the panning touch to move through the pages and the pen to annotate the copy. When I come back to it at a later date, I have to find my place...in a 300+ page document it get's annoying at best, but for reading/annotating, for the most part it rocks.
     
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    shyam111 Pen Pal - Newbie

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    if you scroll down using two fingers instead of one, you will not get the panning hand but it will pan a lot faster and will have momentum.
     
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    pyro Pen Pal - Newbie

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    lots of ink shifting fixed in the new onenote update
     
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