I do like to pretend that I am abstract artist. I love to put pen and paper together and just see what happens. Last night while I was doing this I looked at the piece and didn’t see anything. I rotated it 90 degrees and saw a hat. I then thought it would look fantastic on our cat Shadow. After digging through the thousands of pictures that I have taken of this cat I found one where he was looking straight at me.
I think the colors of the hat in the original are much better. I haven’t quite figured out how to get scanned ink drawings to look great. Regardless, I think the final piece is fun. Maybe even wall worthy?
The option to delete templates in OneNote 2016 is grayed out. I found a quick solution on the Microsoft Answers site. Copying solution here in case that page ever goes away:
- Go to C:\Users\yourusername\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Templates
- Open My Templates.one
- You may be prompted to choose which program to open the file with. Choose OneNote 2016.
- Your templates will appear as pages. Delete the templates that you don’t need. The template will be removed from the “My Templates” section of OneNote.
- This does not remove the template from the “Page Templates” button in the ribbon. The old template will go away once you start to use other templates.
Since your templates now appear as an open notebook in OneNote, you can easily switch to it to delete, edit or create new templates.