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  1. Thank you for replying. Good to know that it's "normal." 🙂
  2. I scan my receipts into Evernote via ScanSnap. Most of the scans brought into Evernote will show the receipt's image in the thumbnail to the left of the receipt. But about 10% of my receipts that have been brought into Evernote, there's a generic PDF Preview image to the left. I can't figure out what is different . . . the process of bringing them into Evernote is exactly the same. Is there a way to get the Thumbnail to reflect the image of the receipt? (Examples below)
  3. Thanks for taking time to respond . . . I stumbled upon the answer a few minutes after my post. I was trying to do it in the sidebar itself---drag and drop, right-click, etc. I wish there was an option to retain the grid view.
  4. Thanks for taking time to respond . . . I stumbled upon the answer a few minutes after my post. I was trying to do it in the sidebar itself---drag and drop, right-click, etc. I wish there was an option to retain the grid view.
  5. Sorry, perhaps I'm missing the obvious. But since updating to 6.12 on my laptop, I can't figure out how to move a folder into a stack, or change the name on an existing folder. It was intuitive and easy in the previous versions . . . when there was the Grid View of the different folders. I've resorted to doing both actions on the web version of Evernote.
  6. Sorry, perhaps I'm missing the obvious. But since updating to 6.12 on my laptop, I can't figure out how to move a folder into a stack, or change the name on an existing folder. It was intuitive and easy in the previous versions . . . when there was the Grid View of the different folders. It appears the Grid View has been replaced with the List View in the Sidebar. I've resorted to doing both actions on the web version of Evernote.
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