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Still trying to Export readable file (pdf) from evernote

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I love evernote. It's a perfect system for me.

HOWEVER: HELP!

The other day I went to the L.A. Office of Finance to clarify a situation.

I had all my receipts (proof of payment) in Evernote on the laptop I brought with me.

I showed the receipts to the clerk. She said, "I need copies."

I tried to send her copies, but they were in Evernote format

She said, "I HATE Evernote. Dumped it long ago."

I figured out a workaround. I hit "print", chose PDF, chose save as PDF.

A PDF was saved to my desktop. I atttached it to an email which I sent to the clerk.

If I'd only had my phone with me, there was no way I could have done this. But it SHOULD have been possible.

There's GOTTA be a better way. (I just downloaded an app called export note. It only does giant batch exports.)

 

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15 minutes ago, yennta said:

I had all my receipts (proof of payment) in Evernote on the laptop I brought with me.
I showed the receipts to the clerk. She said, "I need copies."
I tried to send her copies, but they were in Evernote format
She said, "I HATE Evernote. Dumped it long ago."
I figured out a workaround. I hit "print", chose PDF, chose save as PDF.
A PDF was saved to my desktop. I atttached it to an email which I sent to the clerk.
If I'd only had my phone with me, there was no way I could have done this. But it SHOULD have been possible.

I'm not sure I would send out email in Evernote's .enex format to anyone
JPG or PDF seem a more acceptable

My receipts are stored as JPG or PDF attachments to notes.  
I can email these separately using my Mac/iPad/iPhone.

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Yup, select the notes that contain the receipts as attachments (you can select multiple) and then choose "save attachments". Save those to the directory of your choice and they're ready to be sent off as email attachments. 

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