martyscholes 23 Posted March 29, 2013 Share Posted March 29, 2013 Evernote for Android on my tablet is quickly becoming my preferred place to consume all of my content. As a result, it has become important that I have native viewing as I skim through the notes. Sadly, Android EN does not let you see Word or PDF documents in the note, but only as an attachment. Sure, I can (and do) store the documents in Evernote, but having to select the document, then wait, then watch it in a viewer completely destroys the cadence of viewing. Here is a way to convert Word documents so that they can be viewed natively on the Android Evernote client as well as natively on the web client. If this has been covered elsewhere and I missed it, I apologize. To make a nice note out of a web document:Open the document with Word (I use Word 2010) Save as a "web page" Copy all files and folders to a web server (I use mini-httpd under Ubuntu) View the page with Firefox on a different machine (I use Firefox 10.0.6 on Solaris) Clip full page to your Evernote accountThis combination produces beautiful pages viewable natively on the web and Android. Link to comment
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