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About DrGaellon

  1. Mail merge tried to create each entry as its own page, not its own file. However, I was able to fake it by creating a two-column table, one with my data and the other with my Evernote mail-in submission address. I then ran the merge with output to email, and it sent each line as a separate note. I had to manually delete the "Mailed in Note" title so the text would copy up, but it was still faster than the manual way I was doing it before.
  2. I have a list of items (in Word or txt format). I want each item to be its own note. Is there a way to do that in bulk, or do I have to individually create each note, then cut-and-paste the item text? (That's what I've been doing, but it's laborious, and this is something I do on a regular basis.)
  3. I'm not sure I'm getting a confirmation (but if there's an option to turn off confirmations, I probably did). As I said, I think that's less-than-useful if there's an option to restore a note - if I restore it, I want it back with its original tags.
  4. Sorry, I was less than clear. It is erasing the tags from the deleted note only.
  5. When I delete a note (which sends it to the Trash folder), it erases all my tags. If I then restore the note, the tags are gone. Is this by design, or is it a behavior I can modify? If it not modifiable, I'd like to request that the behavior be changed. As long as the note is restorable, the tags should be preserved until the note is permanently deleted.
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