LukeH 1 Posted June 30, 2012 Share Posted June 30, 2012 I really enjoy being able to copy and paste note links within Evernote. This allows me to read through notes and quickly move to closely related notes. But the most useful thing about note links I have found is making table of contents for "books." I have a number of articles/books I am working on. I start with an outline in Evernote, and then create a new note for each point on the outline, inserting a link to that note in the outline. In the end I have a note that acts as a hot-linked table of contents.Here is what I'd like to see: a print option that would print all linked notes when printing a "table of contents." I would prefer it to "print" to a PDF (save as PDF) so that I could then view, e-mail, print, post, whatever.The printing option would work like this: You print a note with links and have the option to "print linked notes." If you check that off, the first thing to be printed would be the main-note (whichever you are printing, the TOC) and then in order of links, each of the linked notes.A few additional options would be:begin each note on new page/print continuouslyinclude page numbers (w/ options for each of the 6 usual places)include footer/header (options for main note "TOC" title as header/footer or each individual notes title as header/footer)include title page (maybe tricky, but using the title of the TOC, including some additional information like creator name, date? etc.)include page numbers in TOC (probably the most tricky option, but possible. Having the page numbers inserted after the hyperlinks. The hyperlinks are already being "noticed," so maybe it is possible to insert numbers after them corresponding to the pages that the notes will end up on. Maybe the user would need to insert some coded text after the hyperlinks that could be read by this print option.)Maybe there is even more that could be done here, but it seems this would be an excellent print option that would open up a number of possibilities. Link to comment
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