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  1. My Evernote subscription expired 8/28/2019, but my debit card was charged $299.98 on 10/15/2019 as a recurring charge.  I guess Evernote is planning continuing to charge me $299.98 indefinitely.  I tried calling their only customer phone number to request a refund a cancelling of my subscription. But the 650-542-0875 and no discontinued number 650-542-0875 goes to an answer machine that does not take messages.  Evernote's online directions does not lead to any method of billing resolutions.  Apple.com has no history of taking payment of $299.98 from my account and advised I resolve the issue with Evernote.  I guess Evernote is brilliant at stealing money from the public!!!!  Great Job!!!

  2. I assume the posters on this thread have paid accounts. Can someone who has a free account test signing into a third device to see if you get the same message?
  3. What is the 720MB of free permanent online storage you mentioned? The last time I looked I had a few gigs of data in Evernote. I thought you were only limited on how much data you can upload in one month, not that total amount of data you can store.
  4. Yes, it is Evernote. They have a red scheme in the sign out / sign in screens instead of green.
  5. See the highlighted part of the message I received.
  6. I understand the two device limit has been in place for a while now. What appears to be new is you can only sign out / into a device two times a month. Has that always been there? Maybe I have over looked it in the past.
  7. So I just received a message on my free plan when signing into a third device. I am told I can only unsung a device two times a month? Guess this is a new way to try and force people to pay.
  8. Ah, when I selected preview it opened three windows, one for each note... That will work for a few notes, but I was hoping to export a notebook at a time, which wouldn't be practical to open each note in a separate preview windows, then save as PDF. Still not sure why me printing is different than your setup, but at least I have a work around.
  9. Yep, exactly what I am doing, still getting one file. I did notice it looks like Evernote is trying to print three times. The screen slightly showed another progress bar two more times. It was hard to see since it happens so fast, but for some reason it doesn't print the other two notes.
  10. Hmm, that is exactly what I do but only one PDF file is created. When you select save as PDF, do you give it a file name? What are each PDF files you see named?
  11. I am not sure what you mean by saying printing repeats automatically for each selected note. Are you saying I need to go to File —> Print Notes multiple times?
  12. Yep, I see that. Then I go to File --> Print Notes. The print preview screen only has one of the three notes displayed.
  13. Hi DTLow, I just tried that on my Mac and the result was only one PDF file with one of the three notes I selected... Any thoughts on why we are getting different results?
  14. Hello, I have the Windows store version of Evernote on my Windows 10 laptop. I am trying to import from OneNote (I have OneNote 2016 and the Windows store version of OneNote installed). I was able to import one section of a notebook to Evernote. However, when I try and import another section, I keep getting a message that says "OneNote notes cannot be imported at this time". I have tried restart both applications and my laptop, but the error persists. Any thoughts on how to fix?
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