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export of notes to MS Word files


FilipS

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Hi,

Would it be possible to implement a feature enabling export of notes to Microsoft Office format (.docx)? I am working quite frequently on manuscripts in Evernote and in the end I need to transform the note to MS Word document. Copy-Paste approach doesn't work well since it do not transfer all features (e.g. highlight) in the way to be editable in Word. I am sure that I am not the only one who would appreciate such feature.

Thanks for any response.

Filip

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1988733786_ScreenShot2019-02-25at08_59_26.png.3b40279810eb2380c185caed7686c2f7.pngNot clear why you need Word format "in the end".
I can convert to PDF format; it's ubiquious

If I need Word format, I would be using MS Word as an editor, with the document stored in a note as an attachment

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storing the note as an MS Word attachment is not a good option for me. I like using evernote for manuscript preparation because I can easily include new ideas and modifications very easily and everywhere in my cell phone, computer, tablet, etc. At the end I need to add some features, which evernote do not provide (EndNote citations, some special characters,..) that is why I need MS Word at the end.

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7 hours ago, FilipS said:

storing the note as an MS Word attachment is not a good option for me. I like using evernote for manuscript preparation because I can easily include new ideas and modifications very easily and everywhere in my cell phone, computer, tablet, etc. At the end I need to add some features, which evernote do not provide (EndNote citations, some special characters,..) that is why I need MS Word at the end.

If your end goal is MS Word, and your end product requires features in MS Word that Evernote doesn't have (of which there are many), then a Word attachment is your best bet if you also want to have the content in Evernote. You can still use the note as a place to capture new ideas easily, but you should push them into the attachment when it's most convenient (i.e., pile up some new thoughts, and every so often, push them into Word).

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