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EvernoteForWindows-UserGuide - Evernote for Windows User...

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Evernote for Windows User Guide © Evernote Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Published: Jul 14, 2011 Welcome to Evernote for Windows! This document will guide you through the basics of using Evernote for Windows. For more information, be sure to visit our official Knowledge Base, a growing collection of support articles and frequently-asked questions. If you require assistance, we have a dedicated support team ready to answer your questions. IN THIS DOCUMENT: Minimum Windows System Requirements Creating Your Evernote Account and Signing In under Windows An Introduction to Notes An Introduction to Notebooks An Introduction to Stacks An Introduction to Tags Overview of Account Data Limits How Evernote sync works Adding content to Evernote using email Adding Content to Evernote from the Windows Desktop Creating Auto-Import folders in Evernote for Windows Clipping content from the web using Internet Explorer How to Install and Use the Web Clipper for Firefox How to Install and Use the Web Clipper for Google Chrome An Introduction to Sharing Sharing Your Notes and Notebooks with Evernote on the Desktop An Introduction to Saved Searches Creating Saved Searches in Evernote for Windows Importing Evernote Archives in Evernote for Windows Exporting Notes and Notebooks in Evernote for Mac Overview of Encryption in Evernote Using Evernote's advanced search operators
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What are the keyboard shortcuts in Evernote for Windows? Minimum Windows System Requirements In order to run Evernote on your Windows desktop, all of the following requirements must be met or surpassed: 1. Windows XP, Service Pack 3 or later (including Windows Vista and Windows 7). 2. 100 megabytes (mb) of available disk space for the Evernote application. 3. An additional 100mb of disk space for your data. Note that as you add data to Evernote, the amount of required disk space will grow. 4. An Internet connection. Creating Your Evernote Account and Signing In under Windows After you've downloaded and installed Evernote for Windows, it's time to create your Evernote account (if you haven't already). Once the Evernote installation application completes, you'll be greeted with the Evernote welcome screen. Here, you can enter your account credentials if you already have an account, or create a new account by clicking "Get a free Evernote account now": This will launch the Evernote account creation screen, which contains a series of fields that you'll need to complete in order to continue including your name, email address, desired username and password. Once you've completed and submitted this form, your account will be created and Evernote
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will launch. You'll already be logged in. If someone else wants to access their Evernote account on the same computer, you can change the current user account in Evernote for Windows by clicking on Sign Out under the Tools menu. This will take you back to the welcome screen we saw earlier where you can enter the credentials for the other account. An Introduction to Notes
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