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  1. Very cool stuff. I love Stephen's approach. I keep meaning to dive more deeply into his process and the one Itmar O mentions in the comments.
  2. Oh okay. Wow, thanks for that explanation! I've only just started learning about stuff like this. Seems like there are so many possibilities. Really appreciate your help.
  3. Awesome, thanks so much Jeff! createNote /s "C:\New note.txt" /n "Test Notebook" /i "This a Test" /t "test"The syntax above (added after the filepath to ENScript.exe) creates a new note with the plain text of the .txt file in the notebook "Test Notebook", title "This is a Test" and tagged "test". Very cool to know how to do this! I'm not sure what is meant by "text content is read from standard input". What is "standard input"?
  4. Thanks for posting this! This is exactly something I've been looking for. I was just about to try to figure out how to do the VBA code on this and here it is already! Awesome! I am looking forward to implementing this.
  5. Thanks Jeff. Right, my question is about how to get these parameters to work in a desktop shortcut. I can't seem to figure out how to do this. I can get the showNotes parameters to work (e.g. for the tag "Wiki"): showNotes /q "tag:""Wiki""But if I try something similar with the createNote command, it doesn't work for me (e.g. creating a new note in the "Reference" notebook): createNote /n "Reference"I'm obviously doing something wrong, but not sure what.
  6. I just recently wrote this article on Lifehacker on how to Create Desktop Shortcuts to Your Favorite Evernote Notes and Tags. I know you can use command line to do even more than just saved searches -- e.g. creating new notes with certain tags, etc. But I'm not sure what that looks like. In the example pictured above, I add the following code to the end of the "Target" field in the desktop shortcut: showNotes /q "notebook:Lists"If I was to create a desktop shortcut to create a new note with a given tag, what would that syntax look like? where would I put it? Thanks in advance.
  7. Right. Just wondering if there was a way to export or convert word Documents into enex. Copy and paste from one to the other isn't always very clean.
  8. I'd love to learn more about this. How do you export to .enex? Is that something I could do from Word?
  9. 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.
  10. What would be the command line parameter/search syntax for searching notes within a certain stack? or searching Business notes (or Personal notes) only? Thanks!
  11. (I'm in PC version 5.6.4.4632) Ctrl+Shift+B is supposed to be the shortcut for toggling bullet lists, but it isn't working for me anymore. Instead it activates Skitch. Apparently because Skitch has the same shortcut as a global hotkey to bring up a blank canvas: Neither of these shortcuts are customizable, as far as I know. Anyone know of a fix for this?
  12. Here's a link to a more complete Step-by-Step walkthrough on how to disable Search As You Type in Windows 7. Hope this helps!
  13. Here's a link to a more complete Step-by-Step walkthrough on how to do this. https://capeably.wordpress.com/2014/08/13/how-to-disable-search-as-you-type-feature-in-evernote-v5-windows-7/ Hope this helps!
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