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Doug-Fallbrook

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  1. Thank you gazumped. I will follow your suggestions. And again, thanks for your help.
  2. I'm attaching my Reply from a separate file, as this forum dialog was saying it suspected spam in my message, which is in the .txt file attached. Not sure where they see the spam. Evernote-problem.txt
  3. Well, I did the uninstall and re-install of the Evernote program from my PC, and when I logged in to the newly installed program (same version as the one I was using), then, of course, all my notes were still there without me having to copy my database back into the Evernote folder. Da, I guess all our notes are stored in the cloud at Evernote servers. That's how all our separate devices get updated and "synced". So, the backup wasn't necessary. And the PDF note that I had annotated is still the same, has the error message, Missing viewer for a resource of type "application/pdf" Perhaps for some reason, I can't use the PDF "Annotate" tool in the Free Evernote version..??
  4. Thank you gazumped. I'm running Windows 7 Home Premium, SP1. It's a bit scarry to uninstall and then reinstall, but I'll trust that I can just copy my database back to the same location after I reinstall, and it will work. Not sure that will help the error problem though. I'll try it and repost. I've located database, closed Evernote, now will uninstall and then redownload and install.
  5. Using Evernote free, latest version. When hover over a PDF Note, there is a "Annotate PDF" tool. I click on it and in the new window, annotate the Note fine. Then when click File/Save and Close, it saves and goes back to normal Note screen, and the Title of the Note is present at the top, but in the body of the Note in a gray shaded box it says, "Missing viewer for a resource of type "application/pdf". What does this mean? Is there a fix? Am I allowed in the free version to annotate pdf notes? Thanks, Doug
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