Babette 0 Posted May 29, 2008 Share Posted May 29, 2008 I am a Technical Editor, teach computing, and READ manuals and Help files. So my questions below are written after intensive searches on your site and in Help files. I find that in most cases your instructions define a feature but fail to explain how it really works or when to use it. I could find nothing that addresses my questions below.1. I didn't want to run 2.2 and 3 parallel, so I went whole hog into v.3 Beta. Is there any way to go back to 2.2? (Will 2.2 be able to read the format of my notes file now?)2. HOW do I control whether or not my notes will go onto your web site. I DON'T WANT THEM TO DO SO! At present the sync command appears to be turned off, but I can't find anything in the options that controls this and I'm hesitant to click on the Sync button, lest I activate it. a. Can one send up notes selectively, or is it all or nothing? b. Is it possible to close my online account? c. If any notes were put on my online account, are they currently open to all readers, or can I make them private?3. Right click does not work in Outlook Express 6 to add to EN after highlighting text in a message. I have to use Copy and Paste manually.4. WHAT is the purpose of the "out of text" window for editing. I seem to be able to edit in any note anyhow. 5. How does one ADD to an existing note. e.g., I may start a search on the web for a specific subject, add my first "find" to EN, then go on and find additional information that I want to add to the first saved text IN THE SAME NOTE. I seem only able to create additional new notes for additional saved text. (This was true for me with 2.2 also.)6. I suddenly have a new Notebook listed as "Conflicting Changes" It contains one message in which I changed a telephone number that I'd originally entered incorrectly. I've made changes in Notes before and this never happened. What does it mean? (NOTHING FOUND IN HELP FILES OR WITH A SEARCH OF THE FORUMS.) Link to comment
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