Microsoft Office OneNote is a set of software programs for the gathering of free-form information and for multi-user integration. A OneNote file has the "*.one" file extension
JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group's standard) is a standard method of lossy compression for photographic images files. The file extension "*.jpg" is a common image format, as are such formats as Bitmap and GIF.
To convert a Onenote image file into a JPEG image, you need a conversion program. Many of these are available as free trial downloads online.
Conversion with "Image Convert"
Download and install "Image Convert."
Run the program on the desktop. Click the "Add Image(s)" button at the top-left of the main window. Select one or more OneNote (*.one) image files to convert. Click "Add."
Select "JPEG" in the "Convert Images to?" field. Click the "Browse" button. Select a target location for the converted JPEG file. Click "OK."
Click the "Convert" button to begin the conversion process.
Conversion with "Picture Converter"
Download and install "Picture Converter."
Run the program on the desktop. Click the "Source Files" tab at the top of the main window. Click the "Add Files..." button. Select a OneNote image file for conversion. Click "Add."
Click the "Next" button. Click "Browse" in the "Destination" tab. Select a target destination for the converted file. Select "JPEG (*.jpg)" from the "File Type:" menu.
Click the "Next" button again. Click the "Convert" button to begin the conversion process.
Things You'll Need
Microsoft Onenote file (*.one)