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Paul Andreas

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  1. Can I do this in the Evernote app fro Android? Or does it have to be in the desktop version?
  2. Thank you for your suggestion, @gazumped. It usually happens when I try copying text from either a Word document or a PDF on my phone. When I open the note in the desktop version of Evernote, the text is in size 96, so yes, still inflated A solution would be to just use my desktop application of Evernote, but when I'm at school or travelling, I use my mobile phone. Paul.
  3. Just tried a reinstall, the problem is still there. Anyone else that have been affected by this? Paul
  4. Thanks, I'll try a reinstall and see if that fixes things. It tends to do that. But I must say it's weird that there is no way to change the font size in the app, would guess that's not a huge addition to the code. I'll keep you posted if this works. Paul
  5. I have a strange problem. On my android phone (Sony Xperia Z2), whenever I paste text from other apps into Evernote and save the note, several times it happens that the font suddenly is becoming huge. There is only room for 4 characters on each line, and naturally this makes a longer text impossible to read. Have anyone seen this problem before? If so, is there a fix? I have the newest version for android. Thanks in advance. Paul
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