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Hello. I really want to be able to export ink notes into a single image file or pdf. At the moment all i can export to is .enex, .html (multi and single page form) and .mht. I have been using mht as it does give a web page with the individual images arranged to look like one image but this is sometimes flagged by email. Any way to solve my problem? (making images or pdfs, not getting around email security. ill write to McAfee for that) Thanks for your time Matt
I have always used evernote with a keyboard, even on my phone, but I've recently been experimenting with hand written notes using a tablet and stylus. Ink notes work great at captureing my writing, but it doesn't appear that the notes are OCR'd so that they are searchable. I have in the past taken pictures of my notes with my phone, and those are ocr'd and searchable "which leads me to believe it's not my horrible handwriting causing the issue", but notes I wrote 5 days ago under ink note still seem to not be searchable. Ink note is a nifty feature, but useless if it's not searchable. Am I doing something wrong? Is this a premium only feature? If it's premium only, it might be worth signing up if it works well.
I'm trying Ink Notes on a Windows 8.1 laptop/tablet convertible. My only issue is that so much screen space is lost to the Evernote 'chrome'. This bothers me about Evernote in general, but using Ink Notes on a smallish, landscape, screen it is even more bothersome. I opened the Ink Note in a separate Window, and this helps, of course, but the note still has 3 toolbars: - notebook, tags - created, update - ink note toolbar This Windows tablet only works in landscape mode, so though each toolbar is very small it takes up the entire width of a line. The 3 toolbars could easily fit on one line, but that doesn't appear to be an option. Ideally I would hide at least the first two toolbars - I don't think this is possible but want to double check here before giving up (it makes a huge difference to usability).