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  1. For those who are using Evernote in Windows and asked "If only Windows version has Heading levels like in iOS!!". Now you can!! Sound's like Obama's Campaign don't it? Version 1(default color): Heading 1 Heading 2 paragraph blockquote a) Download & Install AutoHotKey Copy Paste the below in Notepad #IfWinActive, ahk_group EN_WindowsGroupAdd, EN_Windows, ahk_class ENSingleNoteViewGroupAdd, EN_Windows, ahk_class ENMainFrame ^1::Send ^&{space}send ^dWinWait FontSend {Tab}Bold{Tab}16{Enter}return^2::Send ^&{space}Send ^dWinWait FontSend {Tab}Bold{Tab}14{Enter}return^3::Send ^&{space}Send ^dWinWait FontSend {Tab}Regular{Tab}12{Enter}return^4::Send ^&{space}send {tab} {tab}Send ^dWinWait FontSend {Tab}Italic{Tab}12{Enter}return#IfWinActivec) Save the notepad as ANY_NAME.ahk (make sure it is .ahk) d) Double click on the file ANY_NAME.ahk (you will see a AutoHotKey Icon (H) on the tray) or Right-Click and click on Run Scripte) You are ready to go!! <<make sure your script is running every time you start Windows else you will have to run the script manually every time>>http://www.autohotkey.com/docs/FAQ.htm#Startup to know how to. Hot Keys: Ctrl + 1 - Heading 1 (Bold, font size 16)Ctrl + 2 - Heading 2 (Bold, font size 14)Ctrl + 3 - Paragraph (Regular, font size 12)Ctrl + 4 - Block-quote ({two tabs spaces}, Italics, font size 12)here 1, 2, 3 4 are not Numlock Keys. Version 2 (with Color):Heading 1 (Bold,font size 16, Black)Heading 2 (Bold font size,14, green) Paragraph (regular font size, 12, black) block-quote (italic,font size 12,blue) Copy paste the below instead of the previous one:GroupAdd, EN_Windows, ahk_class ENMainFrameGroupAdd, EN_Windows, ahk_class ENSingleNoteView#IfWinActive, ahk_group EN_Windows^1::Send ^&{space}send ^dWinWait FontSend {Tab}Bold{Tab}16{Tab 3}bb{Enter}return^2::Send ^&{space}Send ^dWinWait FontSend {Tab}Bold{Tab}14{Tab 3}g{Enter}return^3::Send ^&{space}Send ^dWinWait FontSend {Tab}Regular{Tab}12{Tab 3}b{Enter}return^4::Send ^&{space}send {tab} {tab}Send ^dWinWait FontSend {Tab}Italic{Tab}12{Tab 3}B{Enter}return#IfWinActiveCan you change the code to suite your need? Hell Yeah!Here is how:^2:: (^ represents control 2 represents key 2) Send ^&{space} (evernote hotkey to clear previous formatting)Send ^d (evernote hotkey to font window)WinWait Font Send {Tab}Bold{Tab}14{Enter} (set it bold and fontsize 14)returnif you want to change colors - use^2:: (^ represents control 2 represents key 2) Send ^&{space} (evernote hotkey to clear previous formatting)Send ^d (evernote hotkey to font)WinWait Font Send {Tab}Bold{Tab}14{Tab 3}g{Enter} (set it bold and fontsize 14, font color green)return Result: Heading 2 Font color takes the first letter of the colors available. If you want GREEN use {tab 3}g, if you want GREY use {tab 3}gg since it is the second color starting with g. [if you assume the default color is the Black the first color]. Also note the clear formating code doesn't clear the color only font size and B/i/U the color continues if you don't change. Like Below. Heading 2 paragraph The post is a slightly modified version of http://discussion.evernote.com/topic/36202-howto-create-hotkeys-to-set-predefined-font-and-h1-h2-h3-styles/ . Idea credit goes to qot.
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