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  1. I can't seem to find anything in the articles Using Evernote's advanced search syntax or Search Grammar regarding search syntax for searching only business notes, or only notes within a certain stack. Is this possible? I'm mainly looking to use this syntax with EnScript command line parameters (to make desktop shortcuts, etc.). Example - ENScript command line for searching for notes within the "Work Instructions" notebook: "C:\Program Files (x86)\Evernote\Evernote\ENScript.exe" showNotes /q "notebook:""Work Instructions""Is there a similar syntax to follow for searching only Business notes? or only notes within a certain stack? Thanks.
  2. Here here! I very much want ONLY the Evernote:/// link. I haven't run into a single instance in 6 years and 4000+ notes that an http link is more useful. That would make integration between other apps (like Asana) so Much easier. It would also be ideal if only the note that is linked to would open in its own window. Yes, there is the option for it to open in its own window, but even when you have that selected, when you click on a note link it opens not only that note, but the Evernote app itself. Just a minor annoyance, but there you go.
  3. Thanks for the reply jbenson. What I'm really wanting is to be able to create more elegant, richly formatted notes in Evernote, such as the one I linked to. I am hoping someone can point me in the right direction. Is there a certain format that is the most consistent? For example, I've noticed that if I create a note with Calibri font, and then share it as a web page, it changes the font to Times New Roman (and skews alignment, etc.). Even when I email notes (instead of copy/paste) it changes the font. Is there a certain coding (HTML or otherwise) or applicaiton, or whatever, that is best to use when creating formatted notes? I've noticed that Outlook's Email editor seems to work best for me so far. But it's still not perfect. Thanks.
  4. Apologies if this is a stupid question but... What is the best language/format to create formatted notes for Evernote? I mean if you wanted to basically copy a formatted note (tables, images, font styles, all kinds of crazy stuff) from something else and paste it into an Evernote note, what would be the ideal form for that formatted note to be in so that when it is pasted, it doesn't lose any of the formatting? HTML? Rich Text? Something else? Here's a link to an example note with screenshots, etc., explaining what I'm talking about: Thanks in advance.
  5. So the official Evernote keyboard shortcuts guide says there is a shotcut to increase/decrease font size of selected text. But I have never been able to get that to work. And I know this has been a problem that's existed for some time. Is there any fix for this on the horizon? Thanks!
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