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  1. On 6/26/2016 at 9:37 AM, gazumped said:

    Hi.  That's a 2-year old comment you;re taking exception to,  and Evernote has progressed (a bit) in the meantime.  There's lots of alternatives in the various threads on this. 

    If you browsed at all you would have found 'Evernote does not comment on developments in progress' in various places.  I doubt they'll come back here to comment...

    Oh - and there's:  https://blog.evernote.com/blog/2015/09/22/the-future-of-writing-in-evernote/

    Dude.  Your post is unhelpful for the following reasons:

    1. You point out the post is two years old.  Yet the problem still exists.  Apparently, so do unhelpful responses.  BTW, I noticed the date when I read the post.  
    2. You say "There's lots of alternatives" and fail to point to a single one.
    3. You provide a link to an article that does not address the issue of how EN handles pasted text.  I don't want to join their beta program, I want to know how to address this problem that EN has had for quite a few years.    

    Hopefully, your next post will be more thoughtful and more helpful.


  2. On 2/16/2014 at 11:35 AM, megsaint said:

     

    But Evernote is not a word processing program. Or even, except in a fairly rudimentary sense, a text editing program. While Evernote has indicated that there may be improvements someday in the text editing functions, right now, you're perhaps be less frustrated typing in a program designed to do what you want. 

     

    Best of luck. 

    I hate it when people make excuses for bad design.  EN may not be a word processor,but it is a note taking program.  As such, I should be able to format the notes in the way I want.  Obviously this is a very popular feature, but it has not been addressed.  Why not?  

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