Level 5* EdH 1,668 Posted September 21, 2016 Level 5* Share Posted September 21, 2016 Apologies if this is blatantly obvious, or if there is another question on this, but I couldn't find it. I am often getting a list of items from another source and want to put into Evernote as a checklist. It took me forever to figure out how to do this. Clean up your list in your source application. I use Excel for this alot, because I am an accountant, and when I am a hammer, everything looks like a nail to me. So there is little I cannot do with Excel. That's all I'll say about that. The list can have no blank rows, and needs to be in the order you want it in Evernote. Copy the list to a pure TEXT app, like Notepad. Create a new note in Evernote. Create 1 checkbox. Go back to Notepad. CTRL-A, CTRL-C (select all and copy) Go back to Evernote. With your cursor next to the checkbox, just to the right, right-click and select "Paste and Match Style" This should create a massive checklist for you. The trick is Notepad or other text editor. Copying straight from Excel always left me with one checkbox and an unusable grid. You're welcome. I'll try this at home tonight in Evernote for Mac. Not sure if it has the same Paste/Match Style option or not Link to comment
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