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At first, I know the "Create internal link" command. The link created will link to the Evernote cloud.

As I live in Germany there are a lot of places where I have no or a very poor connection to the Internet. Therefor most of my notebooks are for offline reading.

I am looking for a way to link to a note in one of these notebooks to be used in other apps like Word, Excel or others.

Something like:

file://d:/evernote/578747/02527513-de3d-4cdf-abf5-e07f38297a2e

 

Thank you

Hartmut

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3 hours ago, ha-kg said:

I am looking for a way to link to a note in one of these notebooks to be used in other apps like Word, Excel or others.

Something like:

file://d:/evernote/578747/02527513-de3d-4cdf-abf5-e07f38297a2e

A file link is not possible
The notebook/note does not exist as a file.  It's a record in the Evernote database.

The link form is evernote:///view/...
There is no setup for notebooks, only notes; example evernote:///view/1156250/s10/c5d7997f-139c-4898-be9d-b37135ab0371/c5d7997f-139c-4898-be9d-b37135ab0371/
This is known as the Classic In-App link

>>At first, I know the "Create internal link" command. The link created will link to the Evernote cloud.

On my Mac, I force the Classic In-App link by holding down the option keyScreen Shot 2019-09-09 at 08.47.32.png

An example is my budget spreadsheet
with in-app links to the Evernote notes

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You can add a link to a note in Word or Excel, control will transfer to EN when you click on it.  But you cannot put something in Word or Excel which will bring the note into Word or Excel.

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5 hours ago, ha-kg said:

I am looking for a way to link to a note in one of these notebooks to be used in other apps like Word, Excel or others.

If you want to put a link to an Evernote note in external applications like Word or Excel, you do so by creating an In-App link, at @DTLow notes. This will open up the note in your local Evernote when you click on it. In Windows, you do this by selecting a note, and pressing Ctrl+Alt+L to coy the link to the clipboard. You can then pasted into your Word or Excel doc. The link will look something like the following:

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evernote:///view/450217/s5/e1234396-b5c1-42dd-9bdb-9c619ef866e6/e1234396-b5c1-42dd-9bdb-9c619ef866e6/

For more info: https://dev.evernote.com/doc/articles/note_links.php

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