Evernote 4 for Windows Updated, Adds OneNote Import Support
By on November 18th, 2010

Evernote 4 for Windows has been updated and it adds quite a few new exciting features. First off, it now has improvised search where keywords are highlighted within the notes. Secondly, they have added a new feature which will allow you to import notes for OneNote 2007 and OneNote 2010 and the ability to export your notes as a MHT files.

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Evernote has been one of my must-have software on most of the devices I use. It has definitely become useful with the new updates it has brought. An update to Evernote 4 is now available and it adds a few exciting features including highlight search results.

In addition to that, you can now easily import notes from OneNote 2007 or 2010 into Evernote. Earlier, this was quite a painful experience. Evernote 4 also adds an option to export your notes as a MHT file. There has also been enhancements in note editing with improved copy paste, support for Asian characters, easier entry of geo-location information and more.

If you are already using Evernote 4, choose the check for updates to upgrade to the latest version or download Evernote 4 from here. More at the Evernote blog.

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