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  1. Is it possible to export an evernote presentation into a power-point or keynote ?Sometimes I have no choice and need to provide a presentation in a specific format. One (lengthy) way is to first export into PDF and import back into keynote, but it is time-connuming and also part of the formatting sometimes is lost. It would be great to prepare (and test) quickly a presentation in full-screen presentation mode inside Evernote and then export them !Thank you, Simone
  2. Hi, following a discussion requesting the ability to link Apple Mail messages into Evernote, I post this applescript. The procedure is: select an evernote Note (target) select one or more message(s) in Apple's Mail run the script. Link(s) will be created in the selected Evernote Note pointing to the Mail message(s). The link will work on any other mac having the same Mail account and even on iOS devices (provided the message is one of the most recent ones). Feel free to use it and modify at your convenience. set _links to {} set _Titles to {}
  3. I'm using successfully email links from evernote in iOS. The only caveat is that this works only with recent email messages, since iOS just holds a limited amount of messages. Here is the applescript I use to create email links. The procedure is to select an evernote Note, then select an e-mail message in Mail, next run the script. set _links to {} set _Titles to {} set _dates to {} tell application "Mail" set _sel to get selection repeat with _msg in _sel set _messageURL to "message:\\%3c" & _msg's message id & "%3e"
  4. It works using the following procedure. 1) keep one Text Edit window open 2) drag the email message into TextEdit window. It will create a link to the email message 3) inside textedit right-click on the link and "copy link" 4) paste the link into Evernote.
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