OneNote on the iPad Pro is an exceptional tool for note-taking, especially when writing using the Apple Pencil. However, OneNote on the Mac currently does not support copy-pasting of hand-drawn content to other apps. To address this oversight, OneNoteGrab 1.0 is a simple utility that automatically extracts a PNG image from the data copied to the clipboard by OneNote on the Mac, so that you can copy-paste your hand-drawn content into other macOS applications.
I use OneNote on the iPad Pro with the Apple Pencil to take hand-drawn notes on Udemy courses. The above is a notes snippet from a Teach Your Child to Read and Write course for K-2 kids. I use Evernote to sequence and prioritize such snippets.
Use the lasso selection tool in OneNote for macOS to precisely select the hand-drawn content. Then hit ⌘ C to copy.
With OneNoteGrab running. a PNG image will be automatically placed on the clipboard for pasting into other macOS apps.
This utility makes it easy to use hand-drawn content created in OneNote on your iPad Pro or Galaxy Note or Surface Pro, in your macOS authoring apps like Scrivener or Ulysses.
Get OneNoteGrab 1.0 on the Downloads page, for free.