Ok... I've found a way but it's massively time consuming if you are dealing with large groupings of styles. Apparently, in the ENML (XML Formatting for Evernote Notes) you can add a style to an individual XML element. So, for instance, in my case I wanted to control my LISTS with a better style. Using the ENML Editor : http://enml-editor.ping13.net/ I opened my note in question and made my adjustments per this blog post: https://dev.evernote.com/doc/articles/enml.php#styling This allowed me to do something like this... <ol style="list-style: decimal;"> <li> Job Responsibility / Project / Objective <ol> <li> Take personal responsibility for providing internal and external customers with the most cost efficient, prompt, and highest quality services possible. </li> <li> Feedback from customers, co-workers and observation. </li> </ol> </li> <li> <br /> <ol style="list-style: lower-alpha;"> <li> Take personal responsibility for seeking continuous improvements in departmental and City work efforts. </li> <li> Improve communication and transparency on projects. <ol style="list-style: lower-alpha;"> <li> For projects that I am involved, update the status on a weekly basis. </li> <li> Ensure every project that I am working on is documented and managed as a Project in Sharepoint. </li> </ol> </li> </ol> </li> <li> <br /> </li> </ol>And voila... obnoxious but it works. Next step is to figure out what tool will auto-create inline CSS styling and use THAT to create my lists. Then use the ENML Editor to add those chunks of HTML/CSS as needed. Hope that helps.
randomblink replied to dalelane's question in Evernote for Windows Requests (Versions 6.25.1 and under)Agreed. I can do this simple step in Slack and Trello. Why is evernote so slow to catch up? Evernote is the only one I am paying... frustrating.