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The answers to this question about LaTeX support in OneNote have changed a lot since the question was asked, and since the currently accepted answer was chosen (accepted answer was written in 2011, edited [but trivially so] in 2020).

Short of upvoting more up-to-date answers and hoping that the OP comes back to re-assign a checkmark to a more up-to-date answer, is there anything to do so that casual readers won't get the wrong idea from the top-listed answer (which in my case is at the top, and occupies all of the space 'above the fold', whether I have "Active", "Oldest", or "Votes" selected for the answer order) ... ? Would editing a more up-to-date answer bump it up, and would that be a legitimate activity?

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