How To Export Notes From Evernote To PDF Format
Here are your options:
- You can manually create PDF files from your documents by using Adobe Acrobat.
- You can create PDF files from your documents by using the "Print to file" feature in Windows.
This can be an extremely time-consuming task if you deal with a large number of PDF files as you must manually transform each one- document by document, file by file. Wouldn't it be much better to simply have ALL of your documents and notes AUTOMATICALLY exported from Evernote to PDF format?
This is the magic of cloudHQ. Where Evernote has a flaw, cloudHQ has a solution. And here is exactly how it works:
CloudHQ provides synchronization of files from one cloud service to another. And when it comes to Evernote, cloudHQ has additional options that allow the users to pick the format they would like their documents and notes exported in. So let's say that you want to export your Evernote notes from Evernote to Dropbox, and you want all your notes exported from Evernote to PDF format.
The first step is to sign up for cloudHQ. Once you do that, you can click on the sync wizard and you will be taken to this page.
*Be sure you check the “Switch to one-way sync” option if you don’t want your changes in Dropbox to be replicated back to Evernote.
CloudHQ is currently the easiest solution for exporting Evernote to PDF files. If you have any questions about the cloudHQ service, please visit the contact page here.
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