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  1. Great answers here folks, thanks so much. I think I like JMichael's idea of using dropbox for the versioning and adding links to my notes. Cheers!
  2. As always, apologies if this has been already discussed to death, I searched the forum but didn't quite find what i was looking for. 1. I often attach open office files to notes, either from Writer or Calc 2. sometimes when I click on the attachment to make changes, I see the name includes " [x] "where x is a number. Each time, it gets bumped up by one. 3. some folks who inquired about this elsewhere in the forum considered it annoying, I consider it a feature It gives me some ability to revert to a previous version of the attachment if I need to 4. correct me if I'm wrong, but from me reading other comments here, it doesn't seem like this was deliberately a backup feature? It was more a side effect? 5. nonetheless, my question is : it only behaves this way for me sometimes. If I go into the attachments folder for EN, for some files I will see as many as 20 numbered copies, for others there is just the one file. I can't figure out the pattern of when it does so and when it does not 6. I would like to be able to ALWAYS have it work that way Thanks in advance as always, you guys rock!
  3. Hi, thanks for the quick reply. Let me answer your questions * yes, I'm in windows, 8.1 to be exact * process - I right click the attachment from within the note, and choose "annotate" from the pull-down menu * when it works, I simply close the window that pops to do the annotation. When it doesn't work, I get that error msg popup and the annotate window closes on it's own * not using external software, just whatever EN uses to annotate I don't have to worry about upload quota, but I was thinking I'd do what you suggest, because of this problem/bug.....
  4. Greetings, I'm always paranoid when I post that I'm rehashing a well-known topic but for some reason couldn't find the discussion. Hoping this isn't true, I searched for the error message both internally to the forum and via google externally. Two days in a row I've been annotating a PDF that is an attachment to a note. Suddenly I get the error message in the attached screen shot, the attachment disappears from the note, and the annotate app/screen closes. Fortunately, I am able to find the file in the attachments folders in the EN directory structure, but this seems like a bug. Please look at attached screen shot. Any advice is always appreciated. Tim
  5. I'm almost afraid to post this because my suspicion is there is something I'm not thinking of. Nonetheless... I've got some PDFs that are password-protected inside an EN note. When I wish to view them on Evernote for windows, I am always prompted for the password. When I view them on my ipad, it never asks for the password and simply opens the file and displays the contents... What gives? Is there a cached copy on the ipad from the last time I supplied the password or something...? How would EN know the password otherwise? If I try to view the same files on my droid phone, I *AM* asked for the password. Feeling a bit stupid here, but would like to figure it out in case my Ipad is stolen.. Thanks in advance
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