Like @Benj mentioned you can add spaces to one of the cells and the Notes app will adjust the size of the column accordingly. It's not ideal but sometimes it helps when you don't want the text to wrap around
This should be possible using Cocoa bindings - see this answer:
The example below (taken from the link above) binds a 'move line down' shortcut to Opt-DownArrow - you should be able to modify this to meet your needs.
Create the file ~/Library/Keybindings/DefaultKeyBinding.dict and enter the following:
You could even reassign a different keyboard command within system preferences, accessibility > keyboard. Enter the command as it is displayed within the menu bar then apply a new keyboard shortcut. Applying the original keyboard shortcut command may even fix it too.
Not sure when this started, but I found something relevant to this question just today. I really hated the color of the links in Notes, too, and had come across this question months ago and wanted to return to add my discovery:
Link color is mostly connected to highlight Accent color in Sys Prefs. I'm running 10.14.6 and using Dark Mode. I recently changed ...
You can share it with yourself simply by sending it too yourself, either via email or messages, then copy the link.
Apple really should make it easier to copy the link, for personal use.
Or: Here’s How and Why to Share Apple Notes With Yourself
A third, more crude method, which you can use if a certain part of your doodle requires background lines/grids is taking screenshot of the doodle.
Expand the note using the button in the top right of the screen.
Hide the panel showing pens and colors using the “x” at the bottom right of the panel.
Take a screenshot by pressing the ...
Thanks for the suggestions. I was finally able to get my notes. After backing up my old laptop to a hard drive, I signed off of iCloud. I then signed in to iCloud on my new laptop and it gave me a screen where I could uncheck Documents and data. So I unchecked those.
After hitting Next it brought me into iCloud where I could individually add what I wanted ...
You can save the notes you want as PDF's by using 'Export as PDF' under the file menu while in Notes. There is an app on the App Store called 'PDF to Pages Free'. This free version will convert up to 3 pages from a PDF to a Pages document. Once the file is converted you can edit it further in Pages.
There are two methods of saving a doodle in notes to Photos I have seen so far. First one saves the doodle as JPG and the latter as PNG. JPG would keep the background as the default white while PNG would render pixel-less areas.
Method 1. On the image, tap for some seconds and select share from the tooltip that appears. Tap save image.
Method 2. ...
You can export all your notes to text files using a 3rd part app, Notes2txt.app, on the App Store. You input a folder name and run the app. Each note is saved in the folder as a separate text file.
You can then move the folder to dropbox for example. Make sure other computer has the same service, dropbox, google drive, Box, ...
Now you can open notes on ...