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Lew

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  1. With help from @DTLow I was able to complete an AppleScript that creates a note in Evernote from a webpage in Safari or Chrome in a selected notebook. It also adds the original browser URL along with the date, in the format I prefer, and page name as the note's title. The AppleScript file is attached along with a screenshot below. Hopefully this will be of value to others... Save to Evernote.scpt
  2. Thank you very much!! We both learned something. I'll take you up on your suggestion to add the page name...good idea
  3. Hello... I need some assistance with an AppleScript I'm writing to create a note from a web page. I would like the script to add the URL of the web page to the note. I'm having trouble writing the line to do that. The script will reside in ~/Library/PDF Services/ to make it available as an option in the PDF dropdown menu in the print dialog. AppleScript file is attached...screenshot below. Any and all assistance will be appreciated. Lew ===== Save to Evernote.scpt
  4. I would use the following script for multiple tags: tell application "Evernote" activate create note from file theFile notebook {"Notebook_Name"} tags {"Tag_Name1”, "Tag_Name2”, "Tag_Name3”, "Tag_Name4”} end tell Lew
  5. I've been using this script for quite some time with no issues: tell application "Evernote" activate create note from file theFile notebook {"Notebook_Name"} tags {"Tag_Name"} end tell Lew
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