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Using Evernote to Export PDF for lectures

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I am an instructor and looking to use Evernote in my class. I have a set of PDF lectures already. I am hoping to export these to Evernote, and deliver the lecture through Evernote on my iPad. 

1) I am wondering if Evernote allows to export the PDF in the same native environment? 

2) In the event if I am able to export the PDF, how could I add an extra page between two PDF pages through Evernote?

Deeply appreciate your response and suggestions. 

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4 hours ago, RV_NorthWestPacific said:

1) I am wondering if Evernote allows to export the PDF in the same native environment? 

PDF export is more of an OS feature.
In IOS, you can use the share menu to export the pdf; not sure what you mean by "in the same native environment".  You can also drag the pdf into notes.

>>In the event if I am able to export the PDF, how could I add an extra page between two PDF pages through Evernote?

No, you would have to use a pdf editor app

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On 9/11/2018 at 9:20 PM, RV_NorthWestPacific said:

2) In the event if I am able to export the PDF, how could I add an extra page between two PDF pages through Evernote?

Since you are using the iPad, I recommend you use  an  App like - PDF Expert. You can add pages i.e. for annotations or handwritten Information there. Evernote only delivers a PDF reader in combination with its limited annotation features. 

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You can hardly find a fully-featured pdf editting software in the market not to mention Evernote, which is more of a file organizing and storing tool. If you are just a regular user of pdf, then most of the free pdf editors with basic editting features is fine and sufficient to cover your needs. The most used free pdf editor on the web are PDF-XChange, PDF Buddy, FormSwift and more are reviewed here. Make sure do some further research and read reviews from different places before installing as the major downside of these kind of freewares is ads bundled with them. Hopefully this would help you out.

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