Am trying to import Palm Memos into Evernote. Found this but it wants you to paste every note as a new file. Kaaraaazeee. I'm looking for an automated way to all of my 400 notes at once. What is wrong with Palm? It's like I'm in a parallel universe with a glitch in the matrix and Palm memopad never existed.
1. Launch the Palm Desktop for Windows application, if it is not already open.
2. From the User pulldown menu in the upper right corner of the screen, select the username of the data you want to export.
3. Open the Palm Desktop Memos component from which you want to export. You must be displaying the component to export from it.
4. From the File pulldown menu, select Export ...
5. In the Export window, choose these settings:
* File name: Pick a name for the exported file, and a location. It is usually best to store it in a separate folder from your other Palm Desktop data. You might want to create a new folder on the Windows Desktop for your exported data.
* Export type: Both comma-separated variable (.csv) and tab-delineated (.tab) formats can be imported into most other Personal Information Managers (PIMs), planners and spreadsheets. Also, you may be given the option to export your memos to individual text files (depending on your Palm Desktop version).
* Range: All (unless you only want to export items you have pre-selected by highlighting them)
* Click Export to begin the export.
For future reference, make sure you remember where you saved the exported data.
If exported to .csv, open that file with Excel or another spreadsheet program and paste each "row" as a new note into Evernote. If exported to .txt, use the "Auto Import Wizard" and point Evernote to the directory where all the .txt files were created.