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Cao100

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  1. I have the same problem as Vance. The page camera does not seem to be doing any processing of my image at all.
  2. Thank you for your reply! I have done a great deal of searching on security and am aware that what I am trying to accomplish with my scanner is not the most secure of options. I have found the learning curve on this topic to be fairly steep and a little overwhelming and yet I persevere. I will continue to check into password encryption and Evernote database encryption. Until I get that figured out though I am really stumped as to why I can't view my password protected pdfs. Can anyone clear that piece up for me?
  3. HI all. I have searched for an answer, but it is either not out there or my searching skills are woefully inadequate. I recently purchased a Scansnap s1300i to help scan all of my things into Evernote. So far it works a charm, but I have run into a snafu and I don't know what I am doing wrong. There are certain documents that I have been keeping in Evernote that need more security than Evernote currently offers ( holding my breath for two step authentication!) It seemed to me that since the scansnap interface allows for me to password protect a PDF that might be a good way to secure some of my more sensitive data. However, I can't get it to work. I have set up a specific profile to scan to Evernote as a pdf. Within that profile I opted into the password protect option. However, the note that shows up in Evernote is blank. I have tried dragging the protected pdf in from a file and again, it is blank. I can open the pdf in adobe and the password protect piece is working correctly. I am at a loss as to how to make this work within Evernote. Thoughts or suggestions??
  4. Thanks for the response. I was excited about the handwriting option as my keyboarding skills leave quite a bit to be desired! I do appreciate the suggestions nonetheless.
  5. I am a brand new Evernote user and I am trying very hard to start a paperless existence. To assist me in this I have hooked my graphics tablet up to my work computer. As I take messages from my phone I enter new inknotes. What I can't figure out is that in the title field I have the option to convert my handwriting to text, but in the actual main note field I do not. Why is this? I have searched on this forum and elsewhere and have read that Evernote does not convert handwriting to text, but that is clearly not the case as i has been doing so in the title field. What am I missing here?
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