Embed your music notation in Microsoft OneNote

Since March 2018, Microsoft OneNote supports the embedding of a Flat music score, discover below how to embed your music score on OneNote. Please note that at this time, all the OneNote clients are supported, except OneNote 2016.

1. Create or import your sheet music on Flat

To insert your Flat score in your note, you will need a Flat account if you don’t have one. You can then upload your score using a MusicXML or MIDI file, or directly create it online using our web-based music notation software. Check out our dedicated help if you need more information.

To embed your sheet music into OneNote, you will need to either make the score public on the Internet or get a private sharing link.

Public score

If the score is public, simply copy its link in your browser address bar:

Public score embedding

Private score

If the score is private, click on “Collaborate”, then “Copy the sharing link”. This will generate a private sharing link and copy it to your clipboard.

Score private link

To embed the interactive music notation into OneNote, simply paste your link:

Interactive music notation in Microsoft OneNote