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  1. Aha! That's it! Thanks, Scott! (FYI, it turns out my folder was under ~/Library/Containers/com.evernote.Evernote/)
  2. Yes, I'm using the Evernote application on my Mac. I hardly ever use the web interface. I used it initially for this problem, thinking that was a way to get more comprehensive information on my notebooks.
  3. I've got my Library folder open. Just no sign of the Evernote local database. Any suggestions?
  4. Hi Scott, I've been unable to find the directory you told me about: ~/Library/Application Support/com.evernote.Evernote/ Would it be hidden? Or possibly elsewhere? I have Yosemite, if that makes a difference. Thanks!
  5. Ah, thank you for the clarification, Morticia. So is there any way to establish the size of a notebook without making it a local notebook? I'm guessing it'll be too big for my current hard drive.
  6. I don't have any local databases, since I'm a Basic Evernote user. And I'm guessing that's also why my notebook list view doesn't have the appearance of a spreadsheet like yours does. It appears there is no way to tell the size of my current notebooks without upgrading, which is disappointing. Thanks for your help!
  7. Okay. I've got the list view in the Mac app. I see the number of notes in each notebook, but I can't find a menu item that will reveal notebook size. The only options available are Work Chat and renaming a notebook. Could the size information be a feature only available with the upgrade? Thanks!
  8. Thanks for the feedback! I'm simply wanting to check on the size of my notebooks, but I'm not sure how to get to the list view. I've tried in the web interface and on the iPad. Do I need to be Plus or Premium to see notebook size?
  9. If I have Evernote Basic, but want to check on the full size of my notebooks before deciding about upgrading (for the purpose of making notebooks available offline on mobile devices), how can I do that? Thanks, Bill
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