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Export a page

Only want to export a page and not an entire notebook? You can do so with Nebo. On the plus side, the formats available for page export offer you interesting options for viewing and editing in other applications.

About the export formats:


Text: Export your page as text if you want to use your written content in any other app that supports plain text format. When you do so, all handwritten content is exported as typeset (also called print).

HTML: Use it to keep the format of your page as displayed in Nebo. Diagrams, drawings, handwritten text, converted text... nothing changes. It’s the only format where you can keep your handwritten text as such for a page export. And you can open your page in HTML format on any device with a web browser.

Word: Use this format to open your page in any app that supports .docx format. All your content is kept (diagrams, math, text, images) and editable. Handwritten text is transformed into typeset.

PDF: Only available on Nebo for iOS. PDF format allows you to export all your content (diagrams, maths, images, text, drawings), with your text converted into typeset. And you can search your document with keywords.

All these options are available for page export only.

To export your page, follow the steps below.

iOS

  1. At the top right of your page, tap .
  2. Select the format you want (text, HTML, Word or PDF).
  3. Choose the application you want to export your page with.
  4. This application takes over from here, follow its instruction to finish your export.

Android

  1. At the top right of your page, tap .
  2. Select the format you want to import your page with by tapping Export as Word, Export as text or Export as HTML.
  3. Choose the application you want to send your page to.
  4. This application takes over from here, follow its instruction to finish your export.
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