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Here is a short blog post on how to use cloudHQ to export all your Evernote notes to PDF in bulk. Basically, if you are looking for a service which can export large number of your Evernote notes in PDF (like thousands of them), then cloudHQ sync might be the best option. Everything is done in the cloud and clouldHQ can keep PDFs in sync with your notes: as soon as you modify the note the PDF will updated too.

 

Here is the blog post:

http://blog.cloudhq.net/post/47388240545/evernote-to-pdf

 

And the key option in cloudHQ sync wizard is "Export to PDF":

 

 

 cloudHQ_evernote_to_pdf_sync_option.png

 

 

BTW, I'm founder of cloudHQ so if you have any questions about this, please let me know. We are constantly improving our product so any feedback is more than welcome.

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Very nice, do you have any exposed API's for developers who want to integrate with cloudHQ? I'm trying to integrate evernote and box as well and couldnt figure out how to display the notes in box and you have already done this.  I would love to integrate my app with cloudHQ, is that an option?

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cloudHQ just saved me an extraordinary amount of effort to sync the PDFs in Evernote with Dropbox.  

 

It worked very well.

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This seems like a really wonderful service!

 

I've been looking for a way to easily batch convert evernote files to Word - and although you don't mention this in our post I noticed that cloudHQ also has this facility along with PDF conversion. Brilliant for large notebooks full of writing that is destined for further formatting and finalising in a word processor.

 

Looking forward to the trial and possibly signing up :-)

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Hey Senad,

I just used your service and when I converted the notes I had into .pdf files I noticed something that really bummed me out--The photos I captured from notes weren't scaled as I thought somehow they would be and ended up being too big and as such, printed on two different pages. Is there a way I can scale my images or is there some setting I can toggle to correct this...?

 

Tom Ford _ Fall 2014 Menswear Collection _ Style.com.pdf

 

Also---some of the images came out black---Is there something that I am doing wrong?

 

Bottega Veneta _ Fall 2014 Menswear Collection _ Style.com(U1CH).pdf

 

I hope the attachments are clear about what is happening and if you have any workflow suggestions that will help keep a crisp and tidy idea journal for my classes it'd be most welcome.

\Best,

Tyrone Spencer

 

 

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