ThinkerTDM 3 Posted June 19, 2012 Share Posted June 19, 2012 Hello!I am typing in my notes (I'm using the mac version of evernote), and I find myself sometimes losing track of the bulleted topic I was working on, and I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions on how to work around it.Here's an example. I am currently typing up a note on asthma treatments- an outline, essentially. While everything is (somewhat) outlined, I'd like some way to indicate that "this" block of information is related to the short acting bronchodilators. I've copied and pasted what I have. I tried to color code it, which isn't ideal. My goal is to basically- highlight it, I guess.Now, here's what I've tried:writing it out, then scanning it- not ideal, and I'd like to spend more time working the material in my head, than scanning it in and trying to get it through the scanner.Writing it out, and taking a picture of it- even worse.I've also tried typing it in word, then copying and pasting it. Does any one have any suggestions?two varietiesshort acting (SABA's)drug of choice for:relieving acute bronchoconstrictionpreventing exercise induced asthma[*]not used for long term maintenance[*]take effect within minutes[*]active for up to 6-8 hours[*]SE (dose related)tachycardiatremormild hypokalemia (uncommon)[*]albuterol[*]levalbuterol[*]long acting (LABA's)active for up to 12 hoursused for mod to severe asthmanever used as mono therapyagents:salmeterolformoterol Link to comment
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