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  1. Thanks for your advice. The suggestions didn't increase the tag width. I'm struggling to find a way to organize content that works well for me. Organizing by tag seems to be a commonly-suggested idea that I'm trying out. I don't care for it much as it runs counter to what my idea of tags should be, and of course the width issue, but I haven't found anything that works better yet. Single-word tags isn't going to work (e.g. if I'm splitting clients up into separate notebooks and need to locate "events" for each client and then multiple notes for each event). Could be I'm just trying to make Evernote go where it wasn't made to go.
  2. Evernote 6.0.5 for mac. Open Evernote on my laptop (not online), click on "Tags" in the menu on the left. Tags screen opens. There is a huge gray area maybe 1400 pixels wide. All of the tags appear in a single column (don't have that many yet) way over on the left side of this screen in maybe 200 pixel width column. Remaining 1200 pixels of space on the right...gray blankness. Shorter tags, no problem. Longer tags are truncated with ellipsis points and no way that I can figure out to read the entire tag, except maybe to rename the tag, which allows me to get my cursor in there and move it around left and right to figure out what it says. This can't be right...how do I expand the tag width to read the full tag name? Thanks in advance...I'm enjoying learning how to try and get organized with Evernote.
  3. I'm entering notes about events that happened in the past, and trying to organize several notes together using tags (because you can't nest notebooks?). I'm thinking (probably wrongly, as I'm sure will be pointed out soon) that it would be handy to somehow "date" these notes, either by changing the date of the note from today to the actual event date, or or somehow else "date-tag" the notes. Any way to do this?
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