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  1. @gazumped I appreciate your Workaround, but Evernote's efficacy for me is its multiplatform syncing and ease of access "on the fly," which is not so much the case with Word. Once I'm using Word, I might as well rely on Spotlight to find what I need. My situation would be entirely suited by Evernote with the simple addition of the ability to print all notes in a Notebook. I have no difficulty imagining that there are other perfectly mundane situations that would be equally suited by the simple ability to print all notes in a Notebook. For example, I can easily imagine that a s
  2. @gazumped@DTLow Re "financial precariousness, see this June article in the NY Times: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/28/business/evernote-what-happened.html If only I were able to print as easily as you. When I select multiple notes to print from a Notebook, the print dialog that comes up shows only the number of pages in the first note. Hence the need to print each note separately. I cannot show you a screenshot without massive redaction to protect my client information -- you'll have to take my word for it. I have also seen this documented elsewhere: As to permanent record,
  3. I've now tried multiple workarounds, including emailing multiple notes to myself, to try to solve this perplexing and fundamental failure in Evernote. If I can't make multiple notes within a Notebook and then print them all out or save them to PDF, the program's raison d'etre is fundamentally flawed IMO. When you create a Notebook, you want to be able to access the contents of THE NOTEBOOK, not just a single note. In my case, I've been using Evernote to log important communications with clients on various topics, dates, phone calls, meetings etc. I need a PERMANENT record of those comm
  4. Answered my own question from another thread. In the Print dialog, choose Options and select the checkbox that says "print headers." Note that this works equally well when choosing to "print" to PDF.
  5. I want to print a bunch of notes I've created. I'd like them to have the "date created" information that displays with the note on the screen. When I print the notes, that date information doesn't appear. This seems crazy. Does this mean I need to manually write the date in if I want it to appear when I print the note out?
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