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Steve Ledwith

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  1. I also use Evernote to track my ToDo items, and I've recently starting using a saved search to find "Checkboxes". Attributes > Contains > Unfinished to-do items That will help you find any un-checked check box... Save that search, drag it to the tool bar, and you're close to what you're looking for. Steve
  2. Would it be possible to add some tags or sub-categories for The Trunk? I'm an Android user, and I would really appreciate being able to click on The Trunk > Mobile > Android so I could just see the applications that are available for Android. If I decide to look at all the things I can't use, I'll click on iPhone or iPad... You get the idea. Thanks! Steve
  3. I'm running a 64bit version of Office as well. I'll see if I can setup an import folder instead of the direct to Evernote button. Any timeframe for a 64 bit version? Thanks!
  4. I'm running Windows 7 Enterprise, 64 bit. I am an administrator on the system.
  5. Didn't think to include that in the screenshot... Sorry about that. There is no location for the Evernote Outlook Add-in when I view add-in list.
  6. Greetings! I'm currently running into a problem with Evernote and Office 2010. I'm unable to use the Outlook Add-in, as it fails to load. Outlook tells me: Load Behavior: Not loaded. A runtime error occurred during hte loading of the COM add-in. (screenshot attached) I recently upgraded from Office 2007, where the Evernote add-in worked just fine. However, I can't seem to duplicated that functionality with Office (Outlook) 2010. I don't see any errors in the event viewer related to Evernote and Outlook. I tried removing and re-installing Evernote. I tried to manually enable to Add-In in Outlook. Is there something else / special that I need to do to get Evernote to work with Outlook 2010? EDIT: Should have mentioned my Evernote Version:
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