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  1. RavBoy, - Regarding your observation #2: CTRL+ALT+SHIFT+A did nothing for me. By the way, I couldn't find this shortcut mentioned on Evernote's website, or anywhere else. Might there be a typo in what you wrote? - To answer your question about why I wouldn't store the Word file in the EN note: under Windows 7 (which I just upgraded from and still have on another computer): Evernote stores attached Word files in its Databases/Attachments folder; and since I have a great many Word docs to deal with, I don't take up a huge amount of disk space if I have an alternative (i.e., what I described in my initial post). That said, I just found that (contrary to my expectation that it would replicate my Windows 7 installation), when I installed EN under Windows 10, the Attachments folder did not contain any of the handful of files I had stored there under Windows 7. Where does EN under Win 10 store its attachments?
  2. I've been using Evernote under Windows for many years, but now I'd like to start using it on the Mac. The Windows version has an Options menu that lets the user specify various options; the screenshot shows shortcut options, which I'm most concerned about at this point). But I can't find these options (or any options) in the Mac version. Does the Mac version provide any shortcut options somewhere? Or any options at all?
  3. I just upgraded to Windows 10 (running Evernote from Windows 7 (running Evernote In Win 7, Evernote has, in addition to the green Evernote icon near the left side of the Windows taskbar, a white Evernote icon that appears in the System Tray (aka Notification Area) at the right side of the taskbar. I don't see any way to get this white Evernote icon to appear with Win 10. The reason I'd like to get it working (or a workaround) is that -- when its settings are set to "Copy Selection," I select text in a Microsoft Word file, and then click this white Evernote icon -- Evernote (in addition to copying the selected text into a new note) automatically copies the path to the file into the URL field in the note Info (in the format file:///C:\Users\my_name\filename). The benefit of this is that to get back to the document to copy more text into another note, all I have to do is click the URL field in the note -- rather than by navigating back to the document using Windows/File Explorer. Is there something I'm missing here?
  4. I didn't realize until I read this topic that there was a distinction between what is called in the Word and Resource Counts dialog "PDF documents" and "PDF documents with Evernote OCR." Please clarify -- for each of those (in Windows) -- whether or not attaching a PDF file to a Note (i.e., appearing in a Note) increases the size of the Evernote database on my computer by the size of the file. (I have many large PDF files that I would have liked to attach within Evernote so that I could search for text in them, but chose not to because I had gotten the impression that doing so would increase the size of the EN database by the size of the PDF file, and I didn't want the EN data to get humongous because I expected that would increase loading and search times.)
  5. The reduction in the line length (due to the new table functionality) in v6.6.4 has a substantial detrimental impact on my workflow, since I now would need to scroll vertically more frequently. Consequently, I would like to revert to (i.e., re-install) an earlier version of Evernote. Can this be done, and if so, how?
  6. After I upgraded to v6.6.4, all notes now have margins 10x wider than before. Anyone else have this problem?
  7. Whoops; I overlooked the "or if you have the left panel closed" in your preceding message.
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