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Speedie

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  1. It seems to me that both notebooks and tags can be used to achieve the same thing in terms of categorizing notes and making it easy to find/browse them. Eg. I have a number of manuals in PDF format, so I create a note for each one, but do I put them all in a notebook called "Manuals", or leave them in my main notebook and tag them with the word "Manuals"? Are there certain situations when a notebook would be more appropriate and others when use of tags would be better, or is it just down to personal preference?
  2. PureText might be of interest. It converts whatever is in the Windows clipboard into plain text as you paste it. I use the keyboard shortcuts, so Ctrl+C to copy as usual, then Windows key+V to paste it in plain text. It's still formatted text on the clipboard so you can also Ctrl+V to paste with formatting if you need to. I use it all the time to paste things into Evernote without bringing across all the formatting/clutter.
  3. Not sure if this will help but in Evernote you can do superscript 2 or 3 (squared/cubed) with Alt+0178 or Alt+0179, or degrees with Alt+0176 (standard Windows keystrokes).
  4. Is this what you're looking for? http://www.evernote.com/about/support/status.php
  5. You can switch to the list view on the web interface too, but unlike the client software you can't re-order by clicking on a column heading.
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