Hi, There are a couple of approaches you might try. However, Evernote's scripting facilities on Windows are incredibly rudimentary, so I'm not sure you'll find a way to do exactly what you want. The first approach is to use the ENScript.exe to run a search query. You could do something like this: ENScript showNotes /q "evernote search query here"That command could be called from an AHK script. You could try to make the search very specific, so that it finds only the single note you're interested in. But it only executes that search and shows the results, so the note wouldn't be displayed in a dedicated window - that might be enough for you, though. Another approach would be to create a note link in Evernote to the single note you want to link to. Then paste this note link in another Evernote note. Then click edit on that note link, and copy and paste the URL address, which will be something like this: evernote:///view/41126/s1/75792a01-ca2d-4627-b9ae-3e266fbed540/75792a01-ca2d-4627-b9ae-3e266fbed540/You could then put that address in a .lnk file, or hyperlink it in Word or something. Clicking that .lnk file would then load just that one note, but again, it would not be loaded in its own dedicated window. (You can't paste the note link directly into another program, because Evernote will convert it to a link which goes via their website). A different approach would be to write or record a macro which locates the note in Evernote - this approach could be used to load the note into a dedicated note window if that is what you want, but it might be a bit more fragile.