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I use Evernote for business. On average, I receive 170 calls a month and each call sheet has Customer, date, details, product, and charges on it. I have been manually putting these into excel and it can take a lot of time to do so. I was hoping I could simply export the monthly notebook into excel and organize my sheets from within Excel using some formulas. Does anyone know of a solution or maybe another cross-platform product better for my business needs?
I am just starting to use Evernote. When I first got the program with my computer Win 8.1), I played around with creating a notebook and writing a couple of notes. Now that I am trying to set up the program more seriously, I find I cannot delete that folder. While traveling last week, I used my Win 10 laptop to create a new folder and put my notes in it. Unfortunately, I do not have a smart phone. I also do not have access to high speed internet (yes, it still happens in rural areas!). So here is where my problem starts. I tried copying my notebook to Evernote on my desktop. I found a way
I have a Microsoft Exchange account, so I am using Microsoft Outlook to interact with this Microsoft Exchange account. I have lots of contacts within Outlook, and many of these contacts have notes typed in the notes field within the contact record. Is there any intelligent way to have each of the outlook contacts that contain notes to become a new Notebook within Evernote, then with a new note in Evernote to contain the notes from Outlook?
Two devices is not enough (I need at least 3) and while I've enjoyed using Evernote, I can get the functionality Evernote used to provide, for free, elsewhere. So, I need to transfer all my Evernotes to another service. Is there an easy way to do this? Many thanks.