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cdnirene

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  1. Clip what recipes you can from the magazines without destroying recipes on the flip side. Separate the clippings into groups. Arrange as many clippings as you can from the same group on the scanner and scan, preferably as a pdf file Continue scanning with more recipes from the same group as part of the same pdf file End scanning and create the pdf file when you've scanned all of the clippings from the same group
  2. There is a very easy work-around to the file size limitation if you are only using Evernote locally. I just tested it and it works fine. * Create a file directory on your hard drive where you place all the extra-large files. * Create a note in Evernote for each of the files. * In the note, create a descriptive word(s) for the file. Highlight the word and right-click. Select "Hyperlink" and then "Add". Replace "http://" with the "url" to the file on your hard drive. For example. If you have created a note called "test.pdf" in a directory called "Notes" on your C drive, the url would be: C:\Notes\test.pdf That's all you need to do.
  3. I too would love to see a Pure Vertical List View. It was the first thing I looked for when I started using Evernote this summer. I was very surprised when I couldn't find such a view.
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