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  1. If you open the document it depends on what application you use to open it..  there should be an additional search option.

     

    I open the web clipping within Evernote on an Android device. The search does not search within the content, only filters your entire collection of content.

     

    I see that I can copy the URL and then perhaps open that in a browser on my device, but that kills the offline function I was after.


  2. There are various online resources to save a web page to PDF (and the Adobe editor software will do this if you ask it nicely) - you may find that this works better;  also you can screen shot the whole page...?

     

    Thanks for the suggestion, but it's not a particularly easy method: ease of use is why I started looking at Evernote, Readability, Instapaper, Pocket. The workflow or core set of functions I am after is the ability to save content (from a PC or device), have it stored in the cloud so that I can look at it on any connected machine/device, view it in offline mode on a device, and search within it as needed. Evernote, Readability, Instapaper and Pocket all come close, but also all fail on search.

     

    Wikipanion (on iOS only) and Opera (one device only) can do offline and search, but none of the sharing. I would rather use one of these two than convert content to PDF and manage it that way.


  3. The web page you are referring to is a difficult page to capture.

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    Here is what I came up with:

     

    http://www.evernote.com/shard/s2/sh/7c61cfce-9a08-4830-9718-64919cf3fac4/572c4904f9c8d21ec4ba1b258a494ae7

    Thank you very much, I truly do appreciate the effort you put into finding a workaround, but I can see Evernote isn't going to do the job.

    I want an offline version on my Android device that I can still do full text searching on, and Evernote really seems to fall down here, just like Instapaper, Pocket and Readability.

    I wrote up my efforts here: http://robertmarkbram.blogspot.com.au/2013/11/chrome-to-mobile-device-with-offline.html

    To date, the only satisfactory partial workaround is to save the page offline in mobile Opera.

    Rob

    :)

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