Solved Disassociate stylus from Onenote

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  1. InspectorJon

    InspectorJon New Member

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    Is there a way to disassociate the button on the top of the SP3 stylus with Onenote? I don't use onenote and it is inconvenient for it to pop up every time I accidentally push the button.
     
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    Sure, from the Settings go to PC and Devices find the Surface Pen and right click on it and select remove....
     
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    Thanks for the quick response.
     
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    For anyone else that might be reading this . . . from Settings go to PC and Devices then Bluetooth then find the stylus then forget this device. It will still work as a stylus but not call up Onenote.
     
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    With a little work you can also change the button click (and double-click) to do other things : http://www.lovemysurface.net/surface-pro-3-purple-button/
    ...including powerpoint control
     
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    I was just wondering about that. I use the voice recognition frequently. I was thinking of enabling that with the button. Maybe click to open and double click to close. I'll have to dig a little deeper.
     

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