Word365 compactivity

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I want to copy a Word file into OneNote.  There are two choices.... in the first way-- "printed," I cannot edit the file after posting.  In the other, I loose the formatting.  Is there a way to load in a Word file without loosing the Word365 formatting?

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Same with PDF files. Prints are useless