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ChelseaH

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  1. Hello. I'm now trying to do the same exact thing as the original OP. I followed Frank.dg and JimKn's advice (even watched the video) and when I go to import my .txt files into evernote, it does create individual notes with the correct titles, however, the content is an attached file. I would like the content to be in the note itself. I'm on a mac. Thank you!
  2. Evernote Web Clipper was working just fine last week before I went on vacation. I came back and now it doesn't work. I thought maybe I had to do some updates, which I did but it's still not working. I even tried reinstalling the web clipper. After updates, I'm now using: Yosemite v. 10.10.2 Safari 8.0.3 Web Clipper 6.2.4 Ironically, when I clicked on the clipper to get the version just now, it attempted to clip this page but it will not clip any other page I try. I've been trying to clip several blog pages on different blogs.
  3. Thank you for the tip! That was the best option for those few recipe cards the scanner was giving me problems with.
  4. Nevermind! I see now that it sends the confirmation straight to Evernote.
  5. This is a great idea! I just set this up but FeedMyInbox says it has sent an email confirmation to my Evernote email address. How do I check that email inbox?
  6. I used Evernote Scannable to scan in a bunch of my recipes on index cards into Evernote. The process worked well except for some of the recipes, Evernote thinks they are business cards so some of them have Name and Address at the top of their note. I have tried deleting the name and address but the note just reverts back to what I've deleted. I can't find a way to tell Evernote that the recipes aren't business cards. Any tips or advice on how to make it go away? TIA
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