OneNote Gem Add-Ins

Import multiple Evernote .enex files into multiple new OneNote sections

OneNote Batch 8.0  improve "Import EverNote" command line to import multiple EverNote .enex files.

Get the import multiple .enex files command line

  1. Run OneNote Batch, Click "Import" tab -> "EverNote" feature.
  2. Right click the left OneNote sections tree, click the "Copy command line to this" menu item.
  3. There will display ""Section name" command line copy to clipboard" in status bar.
We paste the clipboard to notepad, and got follow command lines
; 1. Import EverNote .enex file to specify section

"E:NoteBatchNoteBatchProcessor.exe" /ImportEverNote {95DA48C4-5DA5-4323-82C3-609032AA45C3}{1}{B0} "D:Notes.enex" ImportTags

; 2. Import EverNote .enex file to new section

; "E:NoteBatchNoteBatchProcessor.exe" /ImportEverNoteToNewSection "NewSectionName" "D:Notes.enex" ImportTags

Write a .bat file to import multiple .enex files

Use notepad.exe to create a .bat file named it as "importEn.bat"
Write multiple command lines like "Import EverNote .enex file to new section", and save as "importEn.bat".

"E:NoteBatchNoteBatchProcessor.exe" /ImportEverNoteToNewSection "Gem" "D:Gem.enex" ImportTags

"E:NoteBatchNoteBatchProcessor.exe" /ImportEverNoteToNewSection "Office" "D:Office.enex" ImportTags

"E:NoteBatchNoteBatchProcessor.exe" /ImportEverNoteToNewSection "Private" "D:Private.enex" ImportTags

Run the .bat to import multiple .enex files

  1. Run OneNote at first.
  2. Click the "importEn.bat" start to import.

In this example, OneNote Batch will create 3 new sections to current OneNote notebook.

  1. Create "Gem" section, and import "D:Gem.enex" with tags.
  2. Create "Office" section, and import "D:Office.enex" with tags.
  3. Create "Private" section, and import "D:Private.enex" with tags.
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