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I use the latest version of Evernote. I have a table created and filled in. The columns are covering the entire width of the screen and are far too wide for my needs. I cannot find out how to alter column width. Can anyone assist me? I am doing this on my pc.
The attached pix is a screen I have never seen on Evernote. A buddy sent a screenshot of what I am supposed to be able to get to.Screen shot from a friend that says I should be able to get to.
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lherrouCommented:
Need-a-Clue,

I've never seen that either. Maybe they are on some beta version being used for development purposes?

Here's the solution I use: Copy your table from Evernote to Word. Now the table is resizable. Copy it back to Evernote. Table should still resizable in Evernote (but also in Word you can set the sizing you want).

Cheers,
LHerrou
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Need-a-ClueAuthor Commented:
Do I understand you correctly that you also cannot adjust table size from within Evernote? You did see the attachment pix that I posted. That is from a friends copy of Evernote.
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lherrouCommented:
Correct.

I will add, I only use Evernote on my phone or via webbrowser. I know they have a downloadable / installable version. I don't know what the tools look like in that, so it may make a difference.
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Need-a-ClueAuthor Commented:
Thanks so much for your info. I think that Evernote will have to confirm one way or the other if this is possible.
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Sjef BosmanGroupware ConsultantCommented:
Strange... The screen shot is from Lotus Notes, definitely. The copy/paste to Word trick does ring a familiar bell as well...
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Need-a-ClueAuthor Commented:
The person that was assisting me on another site was hard to follow. It does not surprise me that the shot is from another program. Thanks for your input.
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