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  1. Thanks Phil Wright for your suggestion. I'm also getting delivery errors when I've tried to Email a Copy of my Evernote from my Mac. I tried sending to several accounts, including Gmail. I'll contact tech support as well.
  2. After several years, is nobody from Evernote going to address this, at least in this forum? That is a good workaround, @EverTed. It's a shame that we have to do this tough. I looked up this forum topic because I'm listening to a podcast for work, and taking important notes in Evernote on my iphone. Having to look up this feature, then to find that it doesn't exist, is a waste of all of our time. And as many other users have suggested, this seems like a basic feature that has been requested for YEARS. So instead, my note now has a bullet item that is 4 or 5 times the size of every other one, just because I copied and pasted a long line of text from a website. Now I have to remember, when I'm back at my office, to open up Evernote, remember to find this note that needs fixing, and scroll down 20 or 30 lines to find what needs fixing. In an otherwise busy work day, I dont always remember to fix such things I suppose another workaround would be to open my iPhone's Mail app, paste the offending text into it, do the formatting there, then copy and paste it back into Evernote. So problem "solved"! Just need an Apple product to fix an Evernote product. [Don't worry, I'm not an Apple apologist] I've used Evernote Premium for several years now, and have generally been happy with things, FYI. My only other gripe is how poorly the shared notes have synced - in the few instances that I tried to collaborate with a colleague on the same note.
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  5. While that will work, it's a bit laborious. For those that need to do this often or want a simpler method, see: Copy file or folder path to the clipboard in Mac OS X Lion I use this and it works well. Thanks, JMichael. I'll try it out!
  6. You need to hit "Cmd. + K" to create the link, NOT just paste the link. FYI: I'm on a Mac, and the shortcut ("alias") did not work for me, either. I also found another way to find the file location (on a Mac): 1) Type Cmd. + i (i as in "iceberg"), to reach the "Get Info" window. 2) About 4 lines down in the window, copy the file location from the "Where" row. A sample file location looks like: "/Users/sampleusername/Documents/2014/work_mileage_2014" 3)Paste that file location after "file://" to create something that looks like "file:///Users/sampleusername/Documents/2014/work_mileage_2014". It doesn't appear to need the file type (in my case, an Excel file). FYI: you end up with three forward-slashes after "file:". 4) Open Evernote and click "Cmd. + K" to create a link. Pasting the link (Cmd. + V) will not work. 5) FYI #2: this method doesn't show the full location if your file is on your desktop. In that case, enter the file name after "/Users/sampleusername/Desktop". Though I don't recommend having files permanently live on your desktop (they clutter your desktop and use up processing power), so I'd put them in a folder first, for better file management. -end
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