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Screenshots into notes


HeadSpaceDude

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What platform? In Windows, you can clip a screenshot to the clipboard, so when you return focus to Evernote, you should be able to paste directly. Not as easy, but better than clipping into a separate note.

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On 30/03/2017 at 2:36 PM, DTLow said:

On the Mac, there are various methods of capturing screenshots that don't involve pasting or going to another note

Example, right clicking within a note gives you58dd095306b29_ScreenShot2017-03-30at6_31_33AM.png.546c560fd60fca650c9b17a727306f48.png a Capture Selection option

There's also the Evernote Helper

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That's all very well but I want to be able to screen grab to a note I am already working on not a new one. Like @jefito says above "Capture Selection from Screen" right-click item would be handy if it were in Windows. Could be on Mac secondary(right) click too. 

 

 

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On 2017-03-30 at 5:01 AM, HeadSpaceDude said:

Yes, windows and MacOS but I don't want this nonsense of paseting or having to go to another note you see. 

On the Mac, there are various methods of capturing screenshots that don't involve pasting or going to another note

Example, right clicking within a note gives you58dd095306b29_ScreenShot2017-03-30at6_31_33AM.png.546c560fd60fca650c9b17a727306f48.png a Capture Selection option

There's also the Evernote Helper
Just drag the screen grabs into your note

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A "Capture Selection from Screen" right-click item would be handy if it were in Windows, I agree. Not that the current clip / paste method is all that bad...

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