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  1. For those using Microsoft Office 365: there is a functional workaround (to the disastrous loss of functionality introduced when Evernote blithely neutered their Outlook Clipper Add-in Tool) ...in other words, how to (somewhat quickly) transfer multiple emails into Evernote, keeping them separate and titled by email subject line. (Something Evernote USED to do quite gracefully.) Export emails (in bulk) to OneNote (ON), then, in Evernote, import from OneNote. Viola! 1) In OneNote: create a notebook called "EN" (Leave ON Open) 2) In Outlook: Highlight the emails, click "Send to OneNote" button in the toolbar. 3) Choose the EN notebook from the popup screen. Watch the emails populate ON. Leave ON open. 4) In Evernote: File ->Import -> Microsoft OneNote 5) Check the notebook box "EN" 6) Click OK...emails will be imported to EN 7) Check bottom of Evernote Notebook list for new entries, highlight notes and move them to notebooks as needed, delete temporary Evernote Notebook. 8) In OneNote: delete the notes and close OneNote program. This will work until the EN wizards figure out how to recapture the magic possessed by their ancestors. -Gargling Sand
  2. Gray on white is as "pale rider" as Steve Jobs himself (bless his heart)! Windows EN version 4 was easy on the eyes and one could see things. No more! Now, it is anemic, sterile and opaque, literally appearing to fade into the sheets! We are one beta away from a blank white screen with white on white text...maximum freedom of expression, no distractions, just useless toking bliss. Windows EN Version 5 is so flat it needs implants. More betas please...more green, more elephants, more life before we fade away! Put some salsa on it. Borrow some color from the coalition! Hurry! Before EN is mistaken for toilet paper and used accordingly! Away with sterile, aluminum, glassy, bland, austere themes! Flat themes are by iPeople who never lived, who never loved, who think in dubstep sequence. 50 million users of EN have been bushwhacked by an unimaginative and inexperienced group of shells who, upon lifting their sore thumbs and hollowed-eyes from screens filled with mine-craft and twitter, declared the rest of the world to be...#boring. Post of the week! And from a first time poster, no less. Is this from the faction whose response to the Mona Lisa would be something like "Hey, nice painting, but what a boring frame". Skinning and tweaking are for people with no lives. #whiteisacolortoo Since you asked, the post is from the faction that actually knew Mona Lisa before Leonardo painted her, furthermore, they know why he painted her, and they appreciate the fact that he used more than white and gray to do so. "Skinning" is what made Leonardo famous. If one can't see the doorway, or find the handle on the door, then what lies behind the door will simply remain unnoticed and unappreciated until it is gone forever. Quidquid Latine dictum sit altum videtur, therefore, quieta non movere.
  3. Gray on white is as "pale rider" as Steve Jobs himself (bless his heart)! Windows EN version 4 was easy on the eyes and one could see things. No more! Now, it is anemic, sterile and opaque, literally appearing to fade into the sheets! We are one beta away from a blank white screen with white on white text...maximum freedom of expression, no distractions, just useless toking bliss. Windows EN Version 5 is so flat it needs implants. More betas please...more green, more elephants, more life before we fade away! Put some salsa on it. Borrow some color from the coalition! Hurry! Before EN is mistaken for toilet paper and used accordingly! Away with sterile, aluminum, glassy, bland, austere themes! Flat themes are by iPeople who never lived, who never loved, who think in dubstep sequence. 50 million users of EN have been bushwhacked by an unimaginative and inexperienced group of shells who, upon lifting their sore thumbs and hollowed-eyes from screens filled with mine-craft and twitter, declared the rest of the world to be...#boring.
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