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  1. I don't think that's my issue, our computers were replaced about a year ago. Are you on an older version of Windows too?
  2. I can't update to the newest version and it's been like this for a while (two months at least). I get an error message stating that my user name "is not a valid short file name." Then another window pops up that says "(.\Bootstrapper.ccp.981)0x643:Fatal Error during installation". I don't pay for Evernote here so I can't put in a ticket. Do I just have to look for a new program to use and stop using Evernote? We use Windows 7 Enterprise - is that the problem? That's a corporate decision (not mine). Thanks in advance for any advice!
  3. I'm having the exact same issue. Evernote works OK with it but it's really annoying.
  4. Since my initial post for this thread the problem with lines jumping around has stopped - and I discovered another problem with my computer that could have been the cause of that (or something about the upgrade sorted itself out). So that's a good change at least. But it is still disappointing that there's not a 1.5 space between paragraphs. I realize not everyone would want this, but it was perfect for my use of EN. Now I have to double-space between paragraphs, which wastes room with the amount of paragraphs in my notes, and that spacing isn't always consistent. I wish EN would just give us the ability to apply our own space, even it if was just a choice of either 1.0 or 1.5. The other options that it does give us are great but that one would be helpful too.
  5. I'm somewhat new to Evernote so I apologize if this answer is someplace else - I did look but I didn't see it. I'm trying to format line spacing for paragraphs. I upgraded the desktop Evernote program today (I'm on Windows 7) and the line spacing has completely changed in my notes. It used to be that hitting "return" gave me a 1.5 space between lines, which was perfect for my use here at work. Now it brings me to the next line with no space between them - and when I try to simply hit "return" again to add a blank line between the two items, the top item moves up a line instead of just inserting that blank line. That's hard to explain in writing, so for example if I have: Item 1 Item 2 Item 3 and I want to add a blank line between all of them, I hit "return" after Item 1 and it looks like this: Item 1 Item 2 Item 3 Then if I try to add another blank line between Items 2 and 3, it does this: Item 1 Item 2 Item 3 How do I change formatting back to the 1.5 lines that were automatically added when I hit "return"? Or at the least, how can I just add a blank line between paragraphs without lines jumping around? Thank you!
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