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I'm trying to embed a OneNote document in a page in SharePoint 2013. I know the code needed to embed an iframe (because SharePoint gives it to you with documents like Word), but the piece I'm missing is the sourcedoc code. I haven't found a way to get this yet--it's not in the properties. Does anyone have an idea of where this number can be found? It looks something like sourcedoc={9c9e3914-cf3a-4c7e-aed9-a3904c7c2291}. Thanks!

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    Have you tried hovering mouse over the Notebook link from View All Site Content page? I believe it will show the SourceDoc in the URL – Amal Hashim Apr 6 '15 at 14:07
  • That's it! Thanks! You should put that as an answer so I can get you credit. – MattCoats Apr 7 '15 at 15:26
  • MattCoats - I have posted it as an answer. – Amal Hashim Apr 7 '15 at 15:28
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You can hover mouse over the Notebook link from View All Site Content Page.

Then copy the link which will have the SourceDoc query string in the URL

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