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BertieTBE

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  1. You can recover lost notes from local files - even if you are not a premium user. You have always been able to do this - it's simply not true that you need to upgrade to premium. On a Mac, search the Library for a folder called com.evernote.Evernote /Users/YOUR NAME/Library/Containers/com.evernote.Evernote/Data/Library/CoreData/com.evernote.Evernote In a Windows PC, look in the C drive. There is an equivalent systems folder under Evernote.
  2. If you have just lost your change sin Evernote, you can recover your note using local files backed (should be up automatically - if not be sure to switch it on!) Mac 1. Go to Go, hold down option key, select Library 2. Search for Evernote in the Library folder 3. Sort the version history by "last modified" 4. Double click the first or second note in this list 5. Give your note a new name and move it to the relevant folder.
  3. "when I type "file://" followed by the pasted file URL, Evernote won't let me "OK" the link" When you paste it in, for some reason it doesn't add the right extension that tells Evernote it's a file (and not a web URL. You need an extra / Add file:// to the begining of your link. Your file path link should start like this: file:///Users/YOUR Computer name/...... The second method just imports the file into Evernote, which isn't as good because if you change that fine elsewhere, it doesn't change in Evernote. Hope that helps.
  4. Found two solutions for Mac users. Works perfectly! The first...credit to JMichael - takes a bit longer to set up but means you can create a clickable text hyperlink directly to your file. The second option I discovered works too. Very easy but you can't integrate your link into your text. Method 1 OP here: http://discussion.evernote.com/topic/26726-howto-insert-local-file-hyperlink/ How to set up the service and keyboard shortcut: http://www.macyourself.com/2011/12/31/copy-file-or-folder-path-to-the-clipboard-in-mac-os-x-lion/ Method 2 Drag the file you want to link to your note where you want the link to appear. This will create a clickable box linked to your file. Double clicking the box will open it. Hope that helps.
  5. Hello, I've always wanted to be able to create a link from inside Evernote to a file stored elsewhere on my computer (i.e. not in Evernote). For example, I have several spreadsheets and other text documents on my hardrive that I mention in my notes inside Evernote. It would be INCREDIBLE if there was a way to create a clickable link to those files! Is there any way to do that? I'm using a Mac, in case that helps. Thank you very much in advance. BertieTBE
  6. Hello, I'd like to create a link between an Apple numbers 09 spreadsheet and a note in Evernote. Please note, I'm looking to create a hyperlink FROM the spreadsheet TO an Evernote note, not the other way around. I've tried doing 'copy note link'. I can paste it into Text Edit, which works, but not into Numbers 09. In Numbers, the link appears but you can't click on it. Any ideas? Thank you in advance. BertieTBE
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