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An easy-to-use template to capture all your inspirations, thoughts, and areas you think you can improve upon, for a better, happier you. Daily Focus and Energy Tracker. Monitor your focus and energy patterns so you can make needed corrections, and have a. Use Evernote to capture your ideas, and Smartsheet to make them a reality. Smartsheet is a work management tool with a spreadsheet interface. The familiar look and feel make it easy to get started, and the advanced features like file sharing, Gantt charts, and work automation make it a powerful tool. It's pretty easy to get an excel spreadsheet into a note - just attach the file to a note / drag and drop it onto a note like you would a photograph. Doubleclick the icon in the note to open the spreadsheet, and 'Save' any work back into the same file to update the spreadsheet back in the note.

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Evernote Excel Table

import-into-evernote.vba
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Evernote Excel Formulas

Option Explicit
SubOutputNotesXML()
DimiRowAsLong
Close#1
WithActiveSheet
'For iRow = 2 To 2
OpenThisWorkbook.Path&'evernote-import.enex'ForOutputAs#1
Print#1,'<?xml version='&Chr(34)&'1.0'&Chr(34)&' encoding='&Chr(34)&'UTF-8'&Chr(34)&'?>'
Print#1,'<!DOCTYPE en-export SYSTEM '&Chr(34)&'http://xml.evernote.com/pub/evernote-export.dtd'&Chr(34)&'>'
Print#1,'<en-export export-date='&Chr(34)&'20120202T073208Z'&Chr(34)&' application='&Chr(34)&'Evernote/Windows'&Chr(34)&' version='&Chr(34)&'4.x'&Chr(34)&'>'
ForiRow=2To.Cells(.Rows.Count,'A').End(xlUp).Row
Print#1,'<note><title>'
Print#1,.Cells(iRow,'A').Value'Title
Print#1,'</title><content><![CDATA[<?xml version='&Chr(34)&'1.0'&Chr(34)&' encoding='&Chr(34)&'UTF-8'&Chr(34)&'?>'
Print#1,'<!DOCTYPE en-note SYSTEM '&Chr(34)&'http://xml.evernote.com/pub/enml2.dtd'&Chr(34)&'>'
Print#1,'<en-noteword-wrap: break-word; -webkit-nbsp-mode: space; -webkit-line-break: after-white-space;'&Chr(34)&'>'
Print#1,CBr(.Cells(iRow,'B').Value)'Note
Print#1,'</en-note>]]></content><created>'
Print#1,.Cells(iRow,'D').Text'Created Date in Evernote Time Format...
'To get the evernote time, first convert your time to Zulu/UTC time.
'Put this formula in Column D: =C2+TIME(6,0,0) where 6 is the hours UTC is ahead of you.
'Then right click on your date column, select format, then select custom. Use this custom code: yyyymmddThhmmssZ
Print#1,'</created><updated>201206025T000001Z</updated></note>'
NextiRow
Print#1,'</en-export>'
Close#1
EndWith
EndSub
FunctionCBr(val)AsString
'parse hard breaks into to HTML breaks
CBr=Replace(val,Chr(13),')
CBr=Replace(CBr,'&','&amp;')
EndFunction
'I modified this code from Marty Zigman's post here: http://blog.prolecto.com/2012/01/31/importing-excel-data-into-evernote-without-a-premium-account/
'Download this as an excel file with example data: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/6237857/Evernote%20Import%20Macro.zip

commented Feb 10, 2013

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Evernote Excel Charts

Excel Evernote

Based on your work I've created another macro, which can read Evernote files into Excel worksheet. Here it is: https://gist.github.com/md2z34/4748871

Excel Evernote

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