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Nicholas Quixote

How Do I Delete a Notebook Without Deleting the Notes Inside it?

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I am not able to move notes to out to no notebook. The only option I can find are to move notes to another notebook, which I don't want to do.

 

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2 hours ago, Nicholas Quixote said:

How Do I Delete a Notebook Without Deleting the Notes Inside it? ... The only option I can find are to move notes to another notebook, which I don't want to do.

In Evernote, a note has to be assigned to a notebook; this is not optional
Reassign the notes to a new or existing notebook
Then delete the old notebook

>>I am not able to move notes

Which devce/platform; this is an easy process on the Windows/Mac platforms.

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To amplify: since, as @DTLowcorrectly points out, that a note must always be contained in a notebook, then there's really not much reason to move them to a different notebook. Exceptions:

  • if the notebook is a local notebook, and you want it to be synced, or vice-versa, then, at least in the Windows version, you'll have to create a notebook of the proper kind, and move the notes there.

I can't think of any more exceptions. You can add or remove people from sharing your notebook, so that shouldn't be a reason.

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Thanks for all the help.  I forgot that they default to a notebook. In my case, it's "notes" a general repository/dump where everything goes first. Thus, when not needing a specialized notebook, I can just dump them back there. Thanks again!

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The following part where the process will be able to find the solution for deleting the notebook that also without deleting the notes from the inside part that means it was concerned with the  epson error code 0x69 part and need to be very proper to view it.

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