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  1. Please allow users to define table styles to include: Default font for table text Header color If header and/or first column should be in bold If the the data rows should have alternating colors, and what they should be. It would be great if these "styles" were accessible throughout Evernote once set up, but even if they were defined for each table would be a big help. Currently, it takes a fair amount of setup to get a usable table. My thinking is often table-oriented, so I have many, many tables in Evernote, so being able to set up nice tables is very important to me. Thank you!
  2. I can live with that, in the sense that you woudn’t have to click around to see them. But on top would still be nice, since that is where the name of the notebook is.
  3. When I saw the new editor in the video, there was a lot I liked (such as actual checklists, headers, and table improvements). But my first thought was, “Where’s the tags!” Lots of fluff like the share button, but a key organizational element is hidden. That is a pity because the ability to organize by tags is one of Evernote’s key differentiators over programs like OneNote. Hiding them and making the user click around to see them makes the feature much less useful. So much so as to make them neatly useless. The funny thing is that the new design pushes notebooks over tags, but Evernote has only a fraction of the ability to structure notebooks that OneNote has. So it gives up an advantage in favor of something that its traditional competitor is much better at.
  4. Thanks for the link. It doesn't, however, answer my question, which is how to hide the gridlines, or at least set them to white. Yes, of course. I do too. By "basic functionality", I meant the ability to set the color of the gridlines as well as the cells themselves. In the video, Enrico -- on a Mac -- used a dialog which is not available on the Windows version. This is the type of feature disparity that I hope the Evernote team actually rectifies instead of just talking about fixing. I'll give that a try! I tried that approach with Excel yesterday, and all I got was a standard Evernote table. Another possibility I'm thinking of is to set up a note on a Mac containing a table with blank gridlines, then copying/pasting it to my other notes as needed.
  5. Oh I'm certainly not wedded to the "Post-It as graphic" idea. But I certainly like the idea of having the items float without seeing the borders. As for the suggestions, I've tried looking under "Format" and do not see a table option. Just font, para, and style. I may try out the enex export/import, but at this point it would probably just be easier to borrow a Mac, configure the table, and hope for the best. It's kind of sad that Evernote doesn't offer such a relatively basic functionality to Windows users, but those are the breaks I suppose.
  6. I'm trying to set up a "dashboard" and would like to set up the various links, etc. in a table. I would like this table to have all its borders hidden so that the content would appear to be free-floating. I am using Enrico Nahler's dashboard setup as inspiration. A picture of his dashboard is below. Is there a way that I can hide the borders in the Windows app? I do not see a way to do that. Thanks in advance for your help!
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