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DamienF

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  1. The Clip Screenshot functionality should be available directly within a note ie via RMB > Insert Clip Screenshot (similar to Insert Table etc.). This would make this very useful functionality much more efficient and straight forward. The current workflows are too cumbersome ie: 1a) Evernote Icon > Clip Screenshot + CTRL to copy to clipboard then CTRL V to paste in note 1b) File > New Note > New Clip Screen Shot + CTRL to copy to clipboard then CTRL V to paste in note 2) Win + PrintScreen then CTRV to copy in note then RMB > Annotate to crop
  2. Thanks for the tip. EN docs should be updated to reflect this since at the moment it only refers to Evernote Helper in the system tray. That said having the functionality directly in the EN RMB popup menu would be nice (similar to Insert Table). That's what I said. The last part of the dialog is confusing. The very first part is clear.
  3. Ok I found a way. With either File > New Note > New Screenshot Note or EN Helper > Clip Screenshot, hit CTRL + drag, and then CTRL + V or Paste in the note. The last part of the dialog that pops up with the tool seem to refer to this but is not well explained "Click and drag a portion of the screen. Click in a window to clip it. Press Control or Shift to modify the destination."
  4. Can't seem to find Capture Screen on my version of EN Windows Desktop. All I can find is File > New Note > New Screenshot Note or EN Helper > Clip Screenshot. But both produce new notes and do not insert the screenshot in the existing note.
  5. Can't seem to find a way to insert a partial screenshot directly inside an existing note. Am I missing something? For now I'm using PrintScr, paste in the note, and crop with Annotate. I could also use Evernote Helper > Clip a screenshot but this creates a new note I have to copy/paste from, and trash. There should be a better way.
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