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  1. Scott, Thank you for the replies! I wondered if it might have had anything to do with Windows 8 so thank you for confirming that for me. My old laptop was Windows 7 and I've only had the new Windows 8 laptop for a couple days. I was able to find the screen capture folder in C:\Users\<username>\Pictures\Screenshots like you said, so thanks for that as well. I'll just have to get used to using the Evernote icon in the system tray for screen clippings. Not my preferred method but I'll manage. Thanks again, and all the best!
  2. When I go into Tools -> Options -> "Hot keys", the "Win+PrtSc" hot key is still there, like you say. That hot key now gives you a "screen capture" which does capture the full screen. But... that same default hot key used to give you a "screen clipping" with the crosshairs. The difference now is that there is not even an option for screen clipping on the hot key menu. In other words, I couldn't change the hot key or assign a new hot key even if I wanted to. The only way I can screen clip is to click on the Evernote Helper icon in the system tray. It's tolerable, I guess, but havi
  3. I have updated the latest version of Evernote, but now when I use the hot key "Win+PrtSc" I only get a screen capture and not the "crosshairs" to select what I want to capture on the screen. I know I can still do this by cicking on the Evernote Helper on the system tray, but why isn't there a hot key for it anymore??? I used this ALL THE TIME and now I can't (except to get a full screen capture.) Very frustrating. Is there any way to assign a hot key for this function now??? Or can this hot key be brought back in a future update maybe??? I love Evernote and use it all the time, and I
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