1. beeattitude's Avatar
    I've been using my GN 10.1 2014 for taking notes in handwriting only (not translated to text). Then I upload them to Evernote. When they upload as .spd files, they're pixelated and look horrible. So, I manually choose to export as pdf's. But, when I do that manually, I get two notes. One .spd that's pixelated and nearly unreadable and one .pdf that looks great. Then I have to delete the duplicates. Is there a more streamlined way to accomplish what I want? Can I set Snote to automagically export as pdf's?

    Thanks for your help!
    03-12-2014 11:16 AM
  2. charles777's Avatar
    I've been using my GN 10.1 2014 for taking notes in handwriting only (not translated to text). Then I upload them to Evernote. When they upload as .spd files, they're pixelated and look horrible. So, I manually choose to export as pdf's. But, when I do that manually, I get two notes. One .spd that's pixelated and nearly unreadable and one .pdf that looks great. Then I have to delete the duplicates. Is there a more streamlined way to accomplish what I want? Can I set Snote to automagically export as pdf's?

    Thanks for your help!
    Just out of curiosity... where do you usually consult the handwritten notes you upload to Evernote ? Is the goal to view your notes on your PC ?
    The reason I ask is that you can download the S-Note Desktop app for PC's which will sync all your notes and you can view them easily. The app allows you to export them to Google Drive or as a .jpg file. The Drive option isn't of any use to me as it refuses to open .spd files on my PC, S4 or Note 10.1 2014 but I am probably just missing a piece of the puzzle.
    03-12-2014 06:01 PM
  3. beeattitude's Avatar
    Thanks for the reply. I wasn't notified when it came through, so just responding now. The goal is to replace my pencil/paper Daytimer. I do sales and website support, so need to quickly take notes when the phone rings. Since I don't have only one office, it's necessary for me to access notes from anywhere -- usually on my pc. I also want to archive them for future reference, so Evernote seems the best solution. I really prefer not to save them as .jpg's as they aren't searchable. Would like pdf's.
    03-30-2014 10:57 AM

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