You could just use each section as a "folder" with each list being its own
The section names will show on the left (if you expand that section -- click
the little > at the top) and within each section as you choose it the names
of each page will show. But only the pages of the active section will show.
Or you could make one big section and have main & sub-pages if you need to
see all the list-names at once.
Searching the online help for outline might give you some other ideas &
search-leads -- I do not know how outline would work & have not tried it
(probably should, it would be useful.)
You can make bullet lists & use tags as well to distinguish items in a list
(something else I need to try out.)
There are templates online that you might find useful.
If you also want it "mobile" you can share it on the web; I do this with one
notebook I use for passing info back & forth with myself. Mobile version (I
have iPhone) does not have all the features of desktop but still handy.
Considering this is for a house-move, you might want to include pictures of
everything too, to go with that household inventory we are supposed to have
for insurance records. :-)
I am still learning as I go on what-all ON can do but so far I am pretty
Just a lot of basic lists, printouts of stuff I want to file-for-reference,
notes & so on -- but not fancily arranged, just *there* in several
notebooks. I find I am using it more & more as it is so handy & versatile.
Good luck with your move!
Only this morning discovered OneNote. Can someone pls let me know if
it will do this...
I am arranging a house move and want to build an editable list of
easily visible. Something like an Explorer display of folders and
files - only where the folder names themselves can hold lists of
things (if you see what I mean).