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It is just NOT possible to begin to say enough good things about EverNote.  I manage my world with this App - Amazing, Simply Amazing!!!!


I need to learn how to do the following (I will keep adding to this post as I discover more things I need to do)


1)  How does one get EverNote to repeat last command like one can in Windows Apps by pressing the F4 key

        For example.   Highlight a word and press Control-B (^ B).   Highlight the next desired word and press F4 to bold it... and so on and son until you have bolded all the words you need to


      I looked into Help and found Keyboard Shortcuts http://evernote.com/contact/support/kb/#!/article/23168552

     There is no mention of F4 as a single key stroke command or any reference to repeat last command



2)  Can I embed pictures into a note at a specific place within the note? I am NOT looking to attach a picture ... I want the picture to be a part of the note kinda 


         For example: <a data-ipb="nomediaparse" data-cke-saved-href="http://www.wikihow.com/Repair-a-Book" href="http://www.wikihow.com/Repair-a-Book" s-binding"="">http://www.wikihow.com/Repair-a-Book's-Binding



3) Is there a Paint Brush function in EverNotes like the function in Word or Excel where you can highlight a bolded, underlined, word, click on the brush, and then click on a different word or phrase and those same font attributes are applied?

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1)  I'm not aware that's implemented in Evernote.  For example "Redo" (Ctrl-Y) won't apply the same action again in a note, it will only put back something you just undid with the Undo (Ctrl-Z) command.

2) That's pretty straight forward.  Just put the cursor where you want the image and paste it in.  If you change you mind, just Cut it with a right click menu selection on the image, and paste it somewhere else.  It will stay in-line relative to the text around it.

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