ed-2 0 Posted January 5, 2013 Share Posted January 5, 2013 I've got a lot of documents with art that I want to upload to Evernote. The documents are a form that shows a product design, along with product info (i.e. product name, SKU, UPC #, etc).I've already uploaded some test documents in both JPG and PDF (*already* run through OCR) to Evernote, and the search function works beautifully. There's one "hitch" though. Using Evernote's web interface, if I do a search, and one of the results is a JPG, clicking on the note shows the JPG on the Note details panel. Great! However, if the result is a PDF, clicking on the note shows the paperclip attachment link to the PDF, and I have to go through one extra step of clicking on it to see the actual PDF. This could really slow me down if there are a lot of search results.So why don't I simply stick with JPG? Future flexibility. If for whatever reason, I one day decide to use another way of organizing these files, it seems that a OCR'd PDF would give me a lot more flexibility. After all, I could even stick all the PDFs in a folder and use my built-in OS search tool.Is there some way of getting the best of both worlds? Link to comment
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