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  1. >>JMichaelTXM<< But it may depend on the app that you are pasting the link into. That is the case at least when using OneNote. I was able to paste into OneNote and even edit the url behind the name. I was using Windows WordPad with an RTF file and as I mentioned above it does not work. Bob
  2. I have hyperlinks set up within Evernote. I want to copy them into a separate file without losing the hyperlink, Name & url. I tried a copy, control C, and pasting it into a RTF file with no luck. All I ended up with is the actual link. How do I go about this?
  3. >> have you tried markdown writing?<< I will look into it. Bob
  4. "No" You got that exactly right. I was looking for a yes or a no. Now I see that I will have to create a macro, Macro Express, that will accomplish this for me. Thank you for the help.Bob PS I went to the site and started to read. Can you tell me in a couple sentences what direction that site takes you. It does seem to be talking about me.
  5. >> Not sure of the question here:<< Actually, I think you have it down. My thought process was a bit bent. I understand what you mean by first having to open a file before you can do the search for the issue in question. What I had done in the recent past was accomplished because the actual file was open. I thought I was accomplishing something which I now see could not work, once that file was closed. Thanks for your help. I guess for now I'll have to wait and hope for a future improvement in Evernote that will make this possible.Bob
  6. That might be an easy possibility in the upcoming version of IP Board 4.0 Bob
  7. In Microsoft Onenote you can highlight text that has formatting you want to use with other text items and by using "Ctrl+Sft+ C" you will capture the formating only. Now you can highlight other text and paste the formatting, making the text looking the same. Is there a function similar in Evernote? Bob
  8. I have created many successful links with no problems, using Ctr K, or manually editing. Now I'm trying to create links using the links to "Help Files". I acquire the link using the properties icon in various programs.. What ever "Help File" program I might be using, I do not always get a successful link using Ctr K, or for that matter manually doing and edit. Listed below a couple of things I tried. https://mk:@MSITStore:C:\!SW\UTY\Opus\Help\dopus.chm::/Documents/Prefs/Inline_Rename1.htmmk:@MSITStore:C:\!SW\UTY\Opus\Help\dopus.chm::/Documents/Prefs/Inline_Rename1.htm I probably used a bad example, selected with the Default selection mode option in Preferences, since the phrase reflects a statement that seems to be part of the issue. But it's just a statement to be copied into Evernote The actual link is: Default selection mode . The actual text copied to Evernote. selected with the Default selection mode option in Preferences 1. Capture text: selected with the Default selection mode option in Preferences 2. Right-click using properties on the above link capturing the following link: mk:@MSITStore:C:\!SW\UTY\Opus\Help\dopus.chm::/Documents/Prefs/Inline_Rename1.htm 3. Use CRT K to create a link within Evernote using mk:@MSITStore:C:\!SW\UTY\Opus\Help. Has anyone else tried to do this with success?Bob
  9. I have created many successful links with no problems, using Ctr K, or manually editing. Now I'm trying to create links using the links to "Help Files". I acquire the link using the properties icon in various programs.. What ever "Help File" program I might be using, I do not always get a successful link using Ctr K, or for that matter manually doing and edit. Listed below a couple of things I tried. https://mk:@MSITStore:C:\!SW\UTY\Opus\Help\dopus.chm::/Documents/Prefs/Inline_Rename1.htmmk:@MSITStore:C:\!SW\UTY\Opus\Help\dopus.chm::/Documents/Prefs/Inline_Rename1.htm I probably used a bad example, selected with the Default selection mode option in Preferences, since the phrase reflects a statement that seems to be part of the issue. But it's just a statement to be copied into Evernote The actual link is: Default selection mode . The actual text copied to Evernote. selected with the Default selection mode option in Preferences 1. Capture text: selected with the Default selection mode option in Preferences 2. Right-click using properties on the above link capturing the following link: mk:@MSITStore:C:\!SW\UTY\Opus\Help\dopus.chm::/Documents/Prefs/Inline_Rename1.htm 3. Use CRT K to create a link within Evernote using mk:@MSITStore:C:\!SW\UTY\Opus\Help. Has anyone else tried to do this with success?Bob
  10. >>JMichael<< I guess I have asked for the impossible. Nothing ventured nothing gained. 1. Link to a notebook.Only link available for a NB is a Shortcut, which appears in the Left Side Panel.Question: is there a way to link shortcuts, as shown in the left side panel, to appear based on the notebook that's loaded? I saw your statement, profile: Evernote is a great tool! I'm in total agreement.,only recently. After several years of advising my clients in a different direction, I downloaded and seriously evaluated Evernote. Thinking that it was just another text editor I wrongly avoided Evernote. It definitely is one of those tools that you will not start your computer without, at least for me. I now use two valuable assets Evernote and Directory Opus. Two items to load every time I fire up. Yes, I agree Evernote is a great tool! Thanks for the time you spent on a will organized replay. Jason,s article was extremely helpful, as so was your help..Bob
  11. >>jefito<< You will never know how much aggravation you have just saved me.Thank you for making my day.Bob
  12. I need to duplicate, copy, the attributes I'm using on one title so I can use it in the next paragraph. That's only an example. Many times I want to use the same font type and size or color somewhere else on the page. Microsoft's Onenote has a feature that allows you to copy the settings and paste on top of something else thereby duplicating without having to go into your settings. You just highlight the word that has the settings you want to duplicate and use a hotkey to duplicate only the settings and then highlight where you'll want the change, word, document or page and drop the new settings. Hopefully Evernote has this feature.Bob
  13. >>Michael<< I guess I have asked for the impossible. Nothing ventured nothing gained. 1. Link to a notebook. Only link available for a NB is a Shortcut, which appears in the Left Side Panel. Question: is there a way to link shortcuts, as shown in the left side panel, to appear based on the notebook that's loaded? I saw your statement, profile: Evernote is a great tool! I'm in total agreement, only recently. After several years of advising my clients in a different direction, I downloaded and seriously evaluated Evernote. Thinking that it was just another text editor I wrongly avoided Evernote. It definitely is one of those tools that you will not start your computer without, at least for me. I now use to valuable assets Evernote and Directory Opus. Two items to load every time the computer fires up. Yes, I agree Evernote is a great tool! Thanks for the time you spent on a will organized replay. Jason,s article was extremely helpful, as so where you. Bob
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