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  1. Scott, Thanks! That's what I needed to know. Frank
  2. Thanks for getting back with me. Of course, the experienced user knows about the ability to rename notebooks, tags, stacks, etc. The beginner does not and needs clear instructions. Here's why this point is important...If you are walking someone through setting up account, especially if you aren't sitting beside them, you want to be accurate with what the novice is going to see. Hopefully someone who has recently assisted someone else with creating an account will respond.
  3. Quick question... In the past, when creating a new account, Evernote would start you off with one notebook. It would be named for the user..."Jim's Notebook," for example. I have always taught people to rename that notebook ".Inbox." (The period in front of the word causes that notebook to sort to the top of the list.) I heard someone recently say that when you create a new account, that one notebook is automatically called "Inbox." Is that true? If so, is there some punctuation in front of the word? (Of course, I could just create a new account and see for myself, but I didn't want to clutter cyberspace with one more junk account.)
  4. Take a look at this: https://help.evernote.com/hc/en-us/articles/209005587-How-to-annotate-images-and-PDFs-in-Evernote
  5. Bidel, Evernote is exactly the right software to organize your notes. Wish I had it 20 years ago when I did my dissertation. I suggest your research project be a STACK and each chapter in your project be a NOTEBOOK. Each entry will be a NOTE. Use TAGS to identify the to[ic for each note.
  6. Take a look at CloudHQ.net. I wrote a post about it: https://www.frankbuck.org/cloudhq-easy-way-to-sync-your-accounts/ The site is designed to allow you to keep different services in sync with each other. But, you can also do a one-way sync. In your case, you could do a one-way sync from OneNote to Evernote. You could then turn the sync off if you wanted. You would be able to do what you want to do for free.
  7. I generally use the Evernote desktop client for my work (as opposed to Evernote Web. When I search for a term and that term appears in a photo, the desktop client (Windows) not only returns in the search the note containing the photo but also highlights the term in yellow. When I search in Evernote Web, the correct notes are returned in the search but the search terms are not highlighted in the photo. Is this the way it's supposed to work? Is there a setting I am missing?
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