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On 7/17/2018 at 1:20 PM, SMojtaba said:

How to delete the additional column

What's the column name? What do you mean by "delete"? Did you remove it from the list header of one of the list views?

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On 7/20/2018 at 6:07 AM, jefito said:

What's the column name? What do you mean by "delete"? Did you remove it from the list header of one of the list views?

I posted the screenshot

When I delete the late column empty, it appears again

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1 hour ago, SMojtaba said:

I posted the screenshot

When I delete the late column empty, it appears again

Got it, thanks.  I had this problem a while back.  I think it happened when I tried to drag and drop within the table.  Only fix I found was to recreate the table, sorry.  You could try to copy/paste the good parts of the table into a new note.

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4 hours ago, CalS said:

Got it, thanks.  I had this problem a while back.  I think it happened when I tried to drag and drop within the table.  Only fix I found was to recreate the table, sorry.  You could try to copy/paste the good parts of the table into a new note.

Thanks

Could I ask you a question?

How can I search for a note from multiple operators such as "intitle:supply chain" and "tag:material flow" simultaneously?

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30 minutes ago, SMojtaba said:

How can I search for a note from multiple operators such as "intitle:supply chain" and "tag:material flow" simultaneously?

Search    intitle:"supply chain"  tag:"material flow" 

Just combine the operators in the search box separated by a space
Use quotes because your terms contain embedded spaces

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3 hours ago, SMojtaba said:

Thanks

Could I ask you a question?

How can I search for a note from multiple operators such as "intitle:supply chain" and "tag:material flow" simultaneously?

Yes.  Use the Any operator to see notes with either or the And All operator with both.  

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EDIT: Fix brain spasm
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2 hours ago, CalS said:

Yes.  Use the Any operator to see notes with either or the And operator with both.  

?? The 'And operator'? Not in Evernote, you can't. ? There isn't an And operator in Evernote.

The rules: all searches are 'and' searches by default. To make an 'any' search, you need to have the any: term as the first term in your search. As in: any: title:"supply chain" tag:"material flow" , which will return notes that match either the title term or the tag term. Omit the any: and notes that match both the title term and the tag term.

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40 minutes ago, jefito said:

?? The 'And operator'? Not in Evernote, you can't. ? There isn't an And operator in Evernote.

The rules: all searches are 'and' searches by default. To make an 'any' search, you need to have the any: term as the first term in your search. As in: any: title:"supply chain" tag:"material flow" , which will return notes that match either the title term or the tag term. Omit the any: and notes that match both the title term and the tag term.

Brain spasm, less odorous metaphor.  Corrected the original.  Still got And/Or on the brain after all these years  ?‍♂️

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3 minutes ago, CalS said:

Brain spasm, less odorous metaphor.  Corrected the original.  Still got And/Or on the brain after all these years  ?‍♂️

That's why I was confused. I was pretty sure you knew all of that.

Not that I'm not guilty of the occasional brain temblor now and then... :) 

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