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Greg Waddell

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  1. I also want to add my frustratiion with this issue. Finding stuff, in m opinion, is the MAIN benefit of Evernote. Please fix this.
  2. I agree. Evernote should have a simple "export to docx." There's no excuse for lacking this. When I export to html, most of the time Word cannot open it. Says the document must be corrupted. C'mon guys and gals, this is a much-needed addition to Evernote.
  3. I am running Evernote for Mac version 7.2. I have a large graphic as one of my notes. It's a map. The size of the image is 3162 × 1925 pixels. When I go into presentation mode, the screen only shows the top left corner of the image. While I can scroll vertically, there seems to be no way to scroll horizontally. Since Evernote for mac doesn't seem to have the ability to scroll horizontally, can someone tell me what would be the maximum pixel width for presentation mode? Thanks
  4. I'm just reinstalled my Evernote for MAC and am getting the same thing. I can't access my notes because I get the message "Couldnot connect to servor." And like Peter, I do have Internet access. Does anyone have a fix for this? I can't believe this is happening. Evernote has always worked flawlessly for me in the past.
  5. Isn't that ENML editor quite a security breach? Are you really willing to open your notes up like that to a third party service?
  6. I think it would be wonderful if there was an HTML button that would toggle back and forth from the rendered view and the html view so I could edit and even write notes directly in html. How about it Evernote?
  7. The Premium version is well worth it. Quite a value for just $45 bucks (a tank of gas) and, no, I don't work for Evernote.
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