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AllenS

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  1. randial, I usually have 4-5 pages (sometimes much longer) to 'print' -- so screenshots are a bit cumbersome.
  2. I have windows... so this is worth looking at. The difference would be that in Onenote, I print, then decide where it is to go, regardless of placement of a file on my computer. With this, in Evernote, I print, but it has to be to an 'authorized folder' on my computer, chosen ahead of time and registered in Evernote, then it gets sent to my default folder for later re-filing? If I understand correctly, it is still not as smooth as in Onenote, in which I can print in WordPerfect straight to Onenote without having to convert to PDF. I need to play with this, I may be making it seem harder than it is. Thank you for your response!!
  3. I've been trying out Evernote and Onenote. One feature I like in Onenote is that it sets a printdriver which allows me to print a document directly into Onenote. Does Evernote have such a driver available? Right now I'm printing to PDF, then copying it into an appropriate Evernote file... it works, but eliminating a step would work even better. My workflow with Onenote is to print the document to a physical printer for distribution, then, by just changing the 'printer' I can print directly into an Onenote appropriate folder. Allen
  4. I understand the need to remain competitive... and maybe even to be a bit flashy... but this new update for the Chrome web clipper is not helping at all. I find it confusing (of course any new thing has the potential for being confusing), but what was wrong with an easy, intuitive clipper as you had. Yes, periodically it didn't clip exactly what I wanted, but nobody saw it but me and I knew what parts to ignore. Now it seems you are trying to have it do everything, and lost the easy, intuitive factor. I've used it while gathering materials for a paper and found it so much more work that I actually began to just take physical notes with pen on paper. Definitely a major step backwards.
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