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katahdin

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  1. Maybe that's the key. I just don't understand how this capability isn't demanded by everyone. I find it hard to believe that ebernote users don't have a greater need for this basic function. For years I've a spreadsheet in Google docs - about 2k rows - works fine via browser but gdocs on the droid is impossible to use . search, update etc
  2. I think it should be an option also. And JUST yesterday I sent a note via email and the receiver said: - Oh .. That's neat.. I'll have to look at EN again .. so who knows.. ;=}
  3. FWIW, I regularly "reset" by re-installing my windows (and friends) pc's every couple years, so I thought it was time to clean up my current laptop ! After "fixing" a friends bogged down pc - which hadn't been re-installed for 4-5years, I use it for a few weeks. EN was still bogged down !! Turns out I didn't do something wrong but once I installed 4.6.7, even a slow underpowered pc zipped along !
  4. It looks like these suggestions have fallen on deaf ears.. I would expect the coding to be relatively easy to implement at least, to include or NOT include the header in a merged note. Please review this option. Need to get B&F to support this ! Thanks
  5. It is sad. I'd forgotten that it was available in an iphone. I can only believe that the "heavy hitters" like BurgerBF & jefito are Mac / iphone user otherwise they'd be posting long diatribes. For two years I recommended and promoted Evernote. Stopped last year. I evaluated Catch when they were called something else - If I recall. Its a real pain, but sometimes I just have to, 1. open note, 2. select / copy all 3. open NoteEverything 4. open new note in NE 5. paste etc
  6. I guess this is my annual bump! LOL I still love EN and Burger & Fries .. LOL
  7. Its been more than a year now.. What is the status? I'm on the original droid - still no search / find within the note.
  8. >>Well, please recommend it. I was very pleased to see my suggestion taken up (assuming it was mine that provoked the change) >>for the desktop. But if anything in the tiny, little screen size on the phones, it is more important to have it on the device. Thanks. Sadly, I requested the same thing over 3 years ago (edit) - circa Jan 2010 ! The lack of a search WITHIN a note REALLY makes the wonderfulness of EN pale or even worthless. I used to compare it to not even meeting the functionality of the old Palm OS.
  9. Ah... ha !! Thanks for the PS - I wondered about that LLBean catalog ! ;=}
  10. Thanks BnF - been meaning to check Truecrypt out - I couldn;t find out how much overhead there is with TC . Thanks 'Owyn' - only bill I have is a seasonal tel bill. But I did vacillate as to storing banking & investment statements & check images between EN and the cloud via gDocs. EN might even be easier, but since I value EN more than gDocs, I don;t want to "waste' it !! LOL
  11. good & Interesting topic - What is TC? Could you expand a bit - what is PAC ?
  12. Yup - info on the percentage option and who knows what else, is what I was looking for !! LOL Using the table on my android device, I found it odd on how it was selecting cells, so I ended up entering a single character (x) in each cell which appeared to allow me to select any cell easily. Then just backspacing before entering data. Guess that's a work around tip.. LOL can't make up my mind..
  13. I use doPDF http://www.dopdf.com/ right off it tells you: PDF stands for Portable Document Format and it was created by Adobe to ease document exchange. doPDF is a free PDF creator that does what the name suggests, creates PDF files. Once installed it will allow you to convert any type of printable documents to PDF files. doPDF7.2 installs itself as a virtual PDF printer driver so after a successful installation will appear in your Printers and Faxes list and also in the list of All Programs. Using doPDF you can convert to PDF in two ways: Print to PDF via the virtual printer driver doPDF. You would do this exactly as you print to a regular printer, just the result will be a PDF file, not a printed piece of paper. Using the doPDF Startup window. doPDF has an executable file (accessible from the start program group) that you can run in order to start a conversion wizard. And I've had good luck with http://www.foxitsoft...ure_PDF_Reader/ for the reader - both fast and free for me
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