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  1. Thanks - I'll do that. It would have been nice to keep my notes for a topic in the same place from the lecture to revision time, though.
  2. Also, there are things which are clearly made for touch screens, eg bigger icons, which really don't make much difference in a non-touchscreen laptop like mine.
  3. Thanks again! You're right about the Touch version - it's a lot more aesthetically pleasing, so I prefer to read my notes off of it but quite buggy - sometimes the formatting toolbar disappears and you have to go back to the last screen to get it back. There also seems to be tons less features: audio notes, attaching documents. I also hadn't heard you could have local notebooks until you mentioned it.
  4. Thanks again I've tried copying and pasting notes from Word, but where there's graphs and JPEGs, Evernote just puts them as white space.
  5. Ah, I downloaded the desktop app and I can do it on that. I'll just use that in future instead. Thanks!
  6. I was talking about the touch version. Is it possible to get the Desktop app on Windows 8?
  7. Sorry, but I'm having trouble finding out something which is probably obvious. How do you create audio notes/recordings on a Windows 8 laptop? I read that there should be an icon on the formatting bar (the bar at the bottom?) when you create a new note, but I can't see this anywhere.
  8. I use SmartArt in Microsoft Word a lot on revision notes, but I was planning to use Evernote this year for that. Are there any alternatives to the kind of graphics/information organisation you get with SmartArt which are able to be more directly integrated with Evernote? I'm not really talking about mindmaps, but more things that can show processes, lists, cycles etc in a visually interesting way, whilst still being able to hold a decent amount of text. Thanks :]
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