Can You Print from Evernote?

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One of the most common questions you have been asking is “Can you print from Evernote?” The answer should make you very happy.

Printing From Evernote

Not only can you print from Evernote, printing from Evernote is an incredibly easy task. It is possible to do if you have an Internet connection and a tablet. This means you can print your notes from wherever you happen to be. We have written instructions for printing on a tablet no matter what type of tablet you have.

Print from Evernote

How to Print from Evernote on an iPad

Printing on Evernote on an iPad, iPad Mini, and other Apple devices only takes a few minutes. To do this, open the Evernote application and tap on the file you would like to print. Then, tap on the share button. It looks like three dots connected by two lines. One of the sharing options is “Print”. Tap on “print”, select your printer, and tap on “print” again. This will send your document to the printer.

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How to Print from Evernote on an Android Tablet

Android tablets are tablets that use the Android operating system. They are made by a variety of companies, including Samsung, Dell, and Levono. To print from one of their tablets, you will have to use a cloud printing system. Tap on the share button on the document you want to print. This will bring up an option to share to the cloud printer. This will bring up a new screen with a list of printers. Tap on your printer and make sure all of the settings are correct. When your file is ready, tap print. Note that in order to do this you will need to have your printer synced up to Google’s Cloud Print system. You can learn how to set a cloud printer up by clicking here.

How to Print from Evernote on a Windows Tablet

The process to print an Evernote file from a Windows Surface tablet is similar to the process for printing from any other tablet, not like the process on a PC. To print a file, start by opening a file to print. Go to the share menu, where you will see a variety of options. From here, you have several options. You can use a cloud print system like the one that was explained in the Android document, convert the file to a PDF and print it elsewhere, or sharing it to an app that has printing capabilities. Hopefully the Evernote team will create a way to directly print from Evernote on Windows tablets in the near future.

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About the author

    Dean Duke

    Dean is a father of 2, working full time as an IT consultant. He is an experienced tablet user spending many years honing his skills and learning to be more productive while using his iPad. After meeting the founder of TabletProductive.com, Chris J. Lee in 2015, he has been a main contributor to the blog ever since.

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