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  1. 4 points
    Right click in the note and Select To-do - Uncheck All. This will remove any check marks In the note.
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    Long story short.. I thought I was getting OCR for free because I could search within PDFs with my Plus account. I just realized that EN was NOT giving me a freebie (waaa..), and apparently my scanner was doing for for me. I'm paying $35/year and don't see the advantage of upgrading to Premium to pay $70/year. So is there a way to search for, or identify individual notes that have not been OCR'd? (I couldn't find anything in the search syntax post. (https://help.evernote.com/hc/en-us/articles/208313828-How-to-use-Evernote-s-advanced-search-syntax) Thanks!
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    Export them („Export attachments“-function of EN) to a folder on a PC / Mac. Activate indexing on the Windows PC, on the Mac Spotlight will most likely be active anyhow. Wait for the indexing to take place. Those that can be searched after the indexing is done are OCRed. The others not.
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    Search any: tag:next todo:false This is the "or" search, but also covers your "and" cases Search is documented at https://help.evernote.com/hc/en-us/articles/208313828
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    Hi! Sorry, I should have included that! I am using an Android phone and that is the device that experienced the issue. My Windows PC is handling PDFs as it always has....I've used Evernote for several years and this issue just presented over the past couple of weeks.
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    I just got off with Evernote support as I'm having the same issue. After some troubleshooting, it looks like Evernote and Adobe Acrobat are not playing well with each other at the moment. Upon advice from Jonathan in Support (SUPER helpful) I installed the Google PDF app and now the PDF attachments in Evernote open beautifully! Hope this helps!
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    I agree that if Evernote Contacts can be exported into CSV so that I can export to Outlook (not using the contact syncing functionality built into my mobile phone), it would be an amazing feature, and business users would be much more likely to use Evernote as contact storage.
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    Hi, Is there any update to the export feature. I am able to export my contacts to my Apple contacts, but they get mixed in with personal contacts. It would be ideal if you created an "export to .csv" or other excel-like format so this info could be used in a database. thanks!
  9. 0 points
    You're very welcome @Farne! @PinkElephant, for the record, here is the list of all the things I tried that didn't work for me, although some of these have worked for others in other threads who have had similar issues: Turned off automatic Sync Set Automatically save edited note to 300 seconds, no Context Tried using EN offline Downgraded PC's BIOS (as I had upgraded it about the time this started happening) Upgraded EN to latest version Upgraded Win 10 from Home to Pro Optimized Database under the Help menu (press Help while holding the Ctrl-key) - if anything, this made it worse! Removed the EN Web Clipper extension from Chrome Deleted the shortcut to Evernote Clipper from C:\Users\Ralph\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup Tried deleting C:\Program Files (x86)\Evernote\Evernote\EvernoteClipper.exe but it was re-created next time EN started up Disabled "Show Clipping Notifications" Disabled Hardware Acceleration Disabled Windows Defender 'Control Flow Guard' (CFG) per advice in https://discussion.evernote.com/topic/110116-en-extremely-slow-after-win-10-fall-creators-update-solved/ And finally... Logged in to Windows from a Test account instead of my main account - this fixed it, proving that the issue must be a program or background process that's only running in the main account Back in the main account, disabled everything in Task manager's Start-up tab - this fixed it, so then a process of elimination was required to isolate the program causing it (Sticky Password)
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