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I'd like to be able to copy and paste OF items into OOP with the notes. I can copy and paste, but the result is either a link to the OF item (not what I want) or the item minus the note (not enough of what I want). Is there a way to do this?

Thanks for any help.
Have a look at this script for a possible solution.

Last edited by whpalmer4; 2011-02-25 at 10:56 AM..
I've attached what I think is a newer version of the script that Bill attempted to link to, which I got somewhere on this forum. Running it should add whatever is selected (including child items) as new rows in an OmniOutliner document.
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Originally Posted by dave_m View Post
I've attached what I think is a newer version
Thank you both. I've now updated the version on my site to this newer draft, which I seem to have subsequently posted to this forum.

i.e. whpalmer4's link, and dave_m's zip file now both give the later version.

Thanks guy's, the script works great.
Thanks, everybody. This looks like it will work for me if I pare it down to just the fields I want.

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