In fact, a great ability is to use the print-screen key on your keyboard to print a web page or photo that typically can't easily be copied... then paste it from the buffer (control-v) into an image editor (I use Photoshop) to crop out unnecessary items, and then to paste the image into. This is an excellent way to capture an copy-protected image of something you want to reference later on. As long as you can see it on your screen, print-screen will print it to the copy buffer.
You can then add pages to each section, although since the section spaces are truly virtual (without boundaries) I haven't found a need for that. Everything gets pasted onto one page and I just zoom in and out or scroll around.
Every time I come across a travel tip, I cut and past it into OneNote. Items also retain their URL s. Just a click takes you back to the site where you originally found the information. OneNote also auto-saves. You will never lose your notes. Amazon has OneNote for around 60 bucks.