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Pete Nikolai

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  1. select Tasks, right-click on selected Tasks, select Copy Internal Links, and paste on new Word document --if you want to have list without those titles being links then select them all on that first Word document, copy, and Paste > Special > Unformatted Unicode Text on another new Word document
  2. Same issue here on Windows platform. Tags are assigned in Save to Evernote, note is created, but tags do not show up on note. But at least the note is assigned to the correct Notebook and the remarks made using the Save to Evernote plugin are showing up.
  3. Since the update last week each Simplified article I clip has a 62 point PT Serif heading with a lot of white space above it and a substantial right margin so the text is in a narrow column instead of being spread across the screen. Any suggestions for getting back to a more simplified article that removes more formatting?
  4. A suggested workaround: -when reading an article on an Android phone that you want to save on Evernote tap Share > Evernote -go to new saved article on Evernote app and tap menu (three dots) > Simplify formatting > Save (check mark) Does that generate desired results?
  5. A suggested workaround: -when reading an article on an Android phone that you want to save on Evernote tap Share > Evernote -go to new saved article on Evernote app and tap menu (three dots) > Simplify formatting > Save (check mark) Does that generate desired results?
  6. A suggested workaround: -when reading an article on an Android phone that you want to save on Evernote tap Share > Evernote -go to new saved article on Evernote app and tap menu (three dots) > Simplify formatting > Save (check mark) Does that generate desired results?
  7. I'm on Windows and use Adobe Acrobat Pro and Word so I do the following: if file is not saved as a JPG then click the eyeball icon in the upper left corner of the image in Evernote to open it in Photo Viewer and click File > "Make a Copy" to save as a JPG browse to the image file in Explorer right-click on it and select Convert to Adobe PDF (file will open in Acrobat) click File > Save As and select Rich Text Format from the "Save as type" dropdown to save as a rich text file (takes a minute to process file) browse to the RTF file in Explorer and double-click to open in Word edit as necessary
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