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Mike Gatehouse

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  1. How strange. Tapping on the checkbox does indeed toggle the checkmark on and off, as you advise. I'm sure I had tried that before and it didn't work. Anyway, it's working now, so thanks for the help.
  2. Sorry, Guru, but I can't find an easy way to take a screenshot on the phone and then save it to Drive and thence to my PC to send to you. The checkbox button appears on the toolbar in Evernote for Android, in the line of icons, just to the right of Bold, Italic and Underline. It does work, in that it places an empty checkbox into the text. But you cannot do anything with that checkbox, and you can't 'tick' it (e.g. by typing a space, as on a PC). As far as I can tell, it is simply a checkbox symbol character with no functionality. I would be happy with that if there were a simpler way of inserting a ticked checkbox. The App is version 8.3 and I am running Android 7.0. Cheers, Mike
  3. The Evernote Android app has a toolbar button to insert an empty checkbox, but I can't find how to tick the box or insert a ticked box. You can do it from the touch keyboard, but the sequence is long and tedious to insert [x] because of the need to switch the keyboard to enter the square bracket, then back to normal for the x, then the square bracket again. Is there a single key work-around?
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