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I think there is a glitch in the way Evernote goes from actual notes to "Print Preview" and actual paper prints. Here is a partial screenshot of my shopping list when using Evernote normally... oh wait, I can't attach it because the Evernote forum says that the max size of attachments is 0.01MB again... I'll try again later.
Ctl-P and Shft-Ctl-P keyboard stroke not functioning. Selecting from the file menu print not functioning. Print preview displays Save-as dialog. Windows 10 desktop running Evernote app. Evernote Version: 126.96.36.19921 (306921) Public (CE Build ce-1.39.4387) Any help is welcomed.
EN Windows Desktop Vers 188.8.131.5227. Using the shortcut keys (ctrl+shift+P) or the FILE menu selection (Print Preview) displays the "Save as' dialogue box. This is the same option as selecting the 'Save to PDF' option just above it on the File menu. Is this something I can fix or a bug?
I have entered notes using the Tahoma font, which has italics that are more slanted than in many other fonts. When I bring up the note in print preview, the italicized portion is unreadable. I changed the text to both Arial and then Segoe UI, both of which have less slanted italics, and checked it again. The text was now readable, but there was still clipping being done to the right side of the italicized letters. Evidently, Evernote's print preview allots a fixed amount of space to each letter and if the letter exceeds that, some portion is cut off. Is there a way to fix this so I can at least read the text when using Tahoma? If not, can a request be made to the developers to fix print preview so that italicized letters are readable when using fonts such as Tahoma?