Microsoft OneNote is a popular application around our office for taking meeting notes and screen captures. OneNote saves as you
If you have been using either the Windows 8.1 Preview or you have your hands on Windows 8.1 RTM, and you like OneNote as we do, you may have noticed that the Windows Key + S shortcut no longer brings up the OneNote screen clipping tool. Instead, it brings you to a Windows search interface. This is new behavior in Windows 8.1.
It looks like the Windows team and the Office team did some late comparisons on Windows key shortcuts.
An official fix is coming for OneNote to change the screen clipping shortcut to Windows Key + Shift + S, however in the meantime the Office team has provided a temporary workaround to change the screen clipping shortcut to Windows Key + A on their blog:
I sure am happy to have my OneNote screen clipping shortcut back!