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The short answer is No. Apple Notes and OneNoe can't be sync'd. You can export content from Notes and import it into OneNote, but they won't sync.


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The problem is not enabling notes, the problem is that your icloud account is frozen until you validate it. If that prompt does not work, try signing in at https://appleid.apple.com or https://icloud.com and do it from there.


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You can recover your deleted notes as long as you have an iTunes or an iCould backup. Don't make any new backup on your iPhone because the backup files can be overwritten. Take a look at this tutorial. You can extract your deleted notes from an iTunes backup file on your computer. You also have a solution if you have a newer iCloud backup, as long as your ...


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Notes are still carried over if you have a Microsoft Exchange account and MS Outlook, though you can no longer back them up to the iCloud. Another option is to backup the phone into iTunes on the local machine and restore it back to the new phone. I can't really tell which it is that happened because I did both things. If anybody knows what happened, ...


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Here's what worked for me on El Capitan: 1.Disable System Integrity Protection Restart your mac Press and hold CMD+R to boot in recovery In the menu bar select utilities>terminal Type csrutil disable Reboot 2.Change font size: Fire up the terminal and type in cd /Applications/Notes.app/Contents/Resources Then sudo nano pad.css In the editor ...


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Much quicker way of fixing this is just to make a new iCloud notes folder, move all your notes into that and back again. This seems to rebuild the index- you can then get rid of the new folder. This is useful if like me you don't have a quick option to back up your notes separately.


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If your notes are in iCloud, make a local backup. Then in iCloud settings uncheck Notes. Your Notes will all be removed. Now turn Notes back on. They should all return and this force an index rebuild.


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I believe that ⇧⌘L is intended to replace striking items through. This provides you with a very nice list that you can check and uncheck items. It is annoying that they would bury the strikethrough, but I do enjoy the checklist a lot more, especially when viewing the notes on my iPhone or iPad.


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You should try reindexing spotlight on your mac. In terminal type sudo mdutil -E / and you will be prompted for your password, this can take some time though depending on your drive speed


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For my iPod touch, I went into the account settings and switched off my gmail notes. Then, I went back in and switched it on again. Notes are synching again now. Make sure you save any important notes that you have before doing this (cut and paste into an email draft?), because I just lost the last two months of notes that I had in there.



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