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  1. Let me just take a moment to give you a bit of background to what I'm trying to do. Both my parents are alive but elderly. My Mom is in a nursing home. I moved back to the family home to care for my Dad. I am also attempting to run a small business for myself. So I'm managing information & paperwork for my Mom, my Dad, my business, & myself. Believe me when I tell you, it's a LOT of stuff!! ??? Tax time seems an excellent time to hoe out the files and organize what is left. So I've started a personal project to do just that. I am trying to coordinate my electronic (Evernote &
  2. Boa noite!

    Sou do Brasil, usuário Premium, a mais de um Ano, cada dia mais utilizo Evernote em minhas atividades diárias.

  3. The quotes were what was missing! Thanks! Have a great weekend Jeff!
  4. Thanks for taking the time to reply. Really appreciate it. So. I got the command shell. No problem there. Typed Enscript.exe at the prompt. Received an error message stating "Enscript.exe is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file." The command line you suggested above is, in fact, the correct location of my Evernote ENScript.exe file. However, there are variations. When I bring the file up in Windows File Explorer (WFE), it comes up as follows: This PC˃ Windows (C:)˃Program Files (X86)˃Evernote˃Evernote˃ENScript.exe I use the arrow
  5. I'm running Evernote 6.1 on a laptop with Windows 8.1 as my OS. I know NOTHING about DOS or using the command line. I found the EnScript.exe file, but when I try to open it, I just see a DOS command window flash by. It doesn't stay open for me to type a command. I know how to find the command prompt but that's about it. Is there no other way for me to print a list of my notebooks and tags? I'm amazed that Evernote does not supply this very simple item.
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