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mshields

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  1. I frequently use the Share feature in Evernote to forward a note to someone. I always have to manually type in the e-mail address. Surely there is a way to access my Outlook address book or import a copy of it? Thanks, Mike
  2. Frequently I want to save an entire pdf to Evernote from where I am viewing that pdf; i.e. in Adobe. To get it into Evernote I use the following process; 1) Save it to my desk top. 2) Open a new note in Evernoe. 3) drag pdf into the new note. Is there a less cumbersome way to do this? Thanks, Mike
  3. I hadn't. But regardless, I've figured it out. You select the notebook in the side bar that you want to be your default. Right click it and select properties. There is a single box to be ticked (or not) in this window; it says "make this my default folder?" Bingo!
  4. This must be a simple one but I'm hoping someone can save me some time. Right now if I save a picture or anything else for that matter, the default notebook is not the one I'd like it to be. How can I change this such that the default notebook is the one in which I put most of my stuff. Thanks, Mike
  5. Always looking for productivity boosters. I'm a big fan of NeoPro by Nuance as an Outlook add on. They also are responsible for PaperPort which is on sale right now for 80 bucks. I can't get a good feel for what it would do for me. More germaine here is as a new but enthusiastic user of Evernote, I'm wondering if they are a) compatible and have any overlap in capability. Would be very interested in what your collective experience is. Thanks, Mike
  6. Are these two apps (I assume they are apps) something that can be used in conjunction with Evernote. Regardless, are they saved on a cloud so that they are available via all of your devices. And here's the big one, do they have Windows Phone compatible app. Typically the answer is NO to my chagrin. Thanks, Mike
  7. Thank you gentlemen. As I thought, I guess I'll have to live with it. It truly is unusable.
  8. I can't be the only one who has discovered that the check box feature is very temperamental. This is especially so while using it on my iPad (Air - i.e. the newest). For no reason at all, hitting either the back space or enter will result in checkboxes being added in a row as opposed to in a column which is how I would always want them to be. If I thought that the beta version had worked this out, I'd happily give it a go. The other thing, unless I'm missing something - entirely possible, is that I find it lame that while I can check a box indicating that item on my to do list done. I cannot delete all of the checked items. I have to go in and delete that entire bullet item. In short, it's not at all very user friendly. Your advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Mike
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