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Collapse/Expand All PDFs In a Note


pwdennis2

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I often want multiple files/PDFs included in a single note, like a portfolio of documents. When scrolling through the note, Evernote requires me to scroll through every page of the PDF before I can see the next PDF in the stack. This really sucks. I need the ability to collapse/expand all PDFs so I can see the particular documents/files included a note at a glance.

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I believe it's possible to set a preference to see all PDFs as either images or attachments,  and in Windows a right click on the document or icon lets me toggle between those two states rather easily.  I'm not sure of the position on Macs,  but I'm sure a more knowledgeable colleague will be along shortly...

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Yup, under Tools - Options.  Though it works universally and not at the individual note level.

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Thanks everyone for the guidance. I didn't know about that. On the Mac it's only available at the individual note level, through the context menu, and not at the global level. But that's good enough for me!

 

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20 hours ago, pwdennis2 said:

Thanks everyone for the guidance. I didn't know about that. On the Mac it's only available at the individual note level, through the context menu, and not at the global level. But that's good enough for me!

 

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You could even use the Macs ability to assign your own keyboard shortcuts to any item to create a keyboard shortcut for this menu item. This would avoid pulling the menu open all the time.

An option in settings would be even better, that’s for sure.

 

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