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  1. Nevermind, I've been way over thinking this. For anyone else using Mountain Lion and running into this issue, just use Preview to annotate the PDF. It works flawlessly. Click on the little "eyeball" icon on the top right hand corner of the PDF from within Evernote to view the note. Then click on the "View in Preview" icon. Then annotate the note in Preview, and then save the note from Preview. You can close the note in Preview, and the changes will show up in Evernote.
  2. Couldn't upload anymore screenshots due to hitting the size limit on attached files, so here are the rest of the screen shots (they should be public on Google Drive): https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7OaWzAZN_Y-WlJLa3BxREdIWEk/edit?usp=sharing https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7OaWzAZN_Y-cHRZZXo4Smh6TFE/edit?usp=sharing https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7OaWzAZN_Y-bHpxblJiTGRhRWc/edit?usp=sharing https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7OaWzAZN_Y-NG96UGFHckdrTXM/edit?usp=sharing https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7OaWzAZN_Y-ZGhwQThmNFpLNlU/edit?usp=sharing
  3. Hi I became a premium user just for the ability to annotate PDFs, and this is extremely frustrating. I've searched the forum, and I understand that this same question has been asked multiple times already and I know the answer always is: However, this is not what is happening. Skitch is making a true annotated PDF ("rich PDF"). But it is still making a new note in Evernote every single time I make a new annotation. Here is my workflow: 1. Add a PDF to evernote by either: A. "Attach File" from the File menu B. "Evernote WebClipper" a PDF directly from the web into evernote 2. Use the "Mark Up With Skitch" icon to annotate PDF with skitch from within Evernote 3. I select the *2nd option* in the Popup dialog, the actual name of the PDF file, not "Mark up entire note" 4. I annotate the note in Skitch and click "Save to Evernote" from within Skitch 5. It has now created a SECOND note in Evernote that is the annotated PDF 6. This SECOND pdf is a "Rich PDF". It is NOT flattened 7. If I want to add any more annotations it will create a THIRD note 8. Another note will be created if I select EITHER the original note to annotate OR select one of the already annotated notes I have attached screen shots of my work flow
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