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Chef T

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  1. Not really, Gazumped. Each document has a unique name. I just want to move quickly from one edited note to the next. I did figure out that if I selected my scanned note in the "Card View" (which allowed me to see a portion of the document), I could "Ctrl-L" to rename the document, and then mouse over to the next document and repeat. I'm not sure if this is quicker than "open, rename, close, open, rename, close," but it feels that way to me!
  2. I'm just wondering if there's a better workflow to rename my scanned notes. I normally scan a stack of documents and then later edit each note by adding a new title (the scanned notes have a numerical name assigned to them. So I'm clicking on the note once to open it, then I'm editing the title, then I'm closing the note's window. and then repeating the process for all the other notes. It would be much easier to finish editing a note and use a navigation button or something to edit the next note. Am I missing something. At least I'm able to select a bunch of notes and drag them into the proper notebook (this saves time)!
  3. I just got the Fujitsu Scansnap 1300 and Evernote on the Mac (Lion). I can't figure out how to tell the scanner to scan to a different notebook in Evernote. For some reason it's picked a particular notebook to scan to and I don't know why. I try highlighting the notebook I'd like for the scan to go to before I scan and it still doesn't work. I'm using the latest version of the Scansnap software. Thanks for any help in advance.
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