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Is there a way to change the margins when printing an Evernote note? I use evernote for my lecture notes and have found that if I ever need to print a note (from my computer), the margins are ridiculously large. How can I make better use of the page and make the margins smaller?
Hi! New to Evernote. I need to figure out how to do the following in Evernote Web on my PC or Evernote on my iPad. Either one. 1. Import more fonts (7 fonts total?) 2. Increase margin space. Where are my margins? I need to make marginalia. 3. View notebooks as... notebooks. 4. Add custom notebook covers... if you can do #3. 5. Figure out how to write marginalia in the margins.. if you can do #2. By this i do not mean typing.. i mean actually writing on my ipad in the margins. Is there an app affiliated with Evernote to do this? If not, what is another app.
I just noticed earlier when visiting one of my shared public links that the display font size is about 14pt. I would prefer a font size congruent with that of my browser display settings, typically 10pt to 12pt. 14pt is a wasteful consumption of space, but there seems to be no way to control this? While on this topic, the rigid margins are also wasteful. Coupled with the giant font, it presents as a really narrow page, no matter the browser width, with unnecessarily large text and unnecessarily wide margins, which causes multiple line wraps extending the length of the note and, imo, making things more complicated. Let me control my own font sizes and margins. I'll zoom the page if the font is too small, and make the window narrower if it's too wide. This move makes it seem like something one would see on a child's tablet, or an accessibility setting with screen zoom. If I want a tablet look, I'll use the tablet. The intent may be to make the page cleaner and simpler this way, but it's a step backward in usefulness, imho, and makes what should be a simple display a bit overwhelming. Attached are a couple of examples for clarification. Note the horizontal scrollbar in the screenshot of an actual note example. (longer image file) This also serves as an example of the lack of margin control and wide margins/narrow usable note/page space. Not particularly desirable. The smaller image is a screenshot from the Evernote Support Page. I've typed a markup notation in 14pt on the full resolution screenshot of this page. Unnecessarily large, same as the web view for shared notes. Why? Love Evernote, long time paid user, but some of these changes don't make sense. Change for purpose of improvement is welcome. Change for the sake of change is wasteful. Seems like the Developers end up having to reach for ideas just to have something to present, and some of them are a sidestep or step backward, imho. Should be about refinement at this point. Stop trying to innovate constantly; it's unnecessar. Evernote's pretty solid. Some of these changes are all over the place, seemingly without any apparent reason, and it's annoying at times.