How to import OneNote 2010 notebook to Evernote
Evernote provides a perfect note-taking experience, allowing you to create typed notes, ink notes, audio notes, and even record video of your notes that you want to save using its webcam notes feature. Evernote works easily with every computer, smartphone, and all other mobile devices and allows you to easily save your ideas and things that you see, hear, and like. Evernote also automatically syncs your recorded data to its cloud server so that you can access it anytime, anywhere. With the advantage that it can be used both online and as a downloadable program on your Windows and Mac computers, Evernote takes an ace over OneNote, a software program offered by Microsoft. So, if you are one of those who want to abandon their OneNote 2010 program for this free and extremely efficient app, but are facing a technology block as Evernote only imports files from OneNote 2007, then we can help you out.
Follow our step-by-step solution mentioned below for an easy file transfer from OneNote 2010 to Evernote:
- Launch Evernote on your device and log in to your account
- Click on the ‘Files’ section and go to ‘Import’ to select ‘Microsoft OneNote.’
- Â Select the notebook and sections that you want to import by selecting the first page and holding the shift key till you reach the last one
- HitÂ ‘OK’Â to complete the process.
All your notes will be readily transferred in to the Evernote and will have the same formatting as your OneNote notebook had. By default, all your notes will be saved in the ‘Personal’ notebook. In Evernote you also get the option to save your notes in the synchronized notebook or in a local notebook.