Okay, read through this thread that was started years ago. I don't think I ever saw an Evernote company person respond, which makes me confident that this reply won't garner any attention from one who could really address it. But to the thread faithful, thanks for your posts. It has been enlightening. Me: MacOSX 10.10.4, Evernote installed Version 6.1 (452115 Direct), Current Chrome browser, Outlook 365 Webmail: I could actually care less about if Tahoma 10 pastes as Tahoma 10.375 or not. My issue is the pasting of text copied from Evernote consistently does the weirdest thing with carriage returns. Pasted text will give a carriage return (archaic term, I know) mid-word. It doesn't provide a hyphen and doesn't send the whole word to the next line. The text in Evernote was pasted from some website or document first, edited some more, and then copy/pasted into the webmail. I thought erasing the Evernote formatting would fix it, but it does not. This group provided a working solution: Paste from Evernote into Google Doc and then into email. More fun than chewing on aluminum foil! Not trying to slam EN with this. I am constantly using EN on it's own and as an integration tool for IFTTT, Google Apps and other mobile device tools. Can't live without it and still share it with my professional community. Just seems that a thread as old as this should have some resolution by now.