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iCloud can sync notes you take on your iPhone but you need an online connection in order to see them on a PC. This article demonstrates how to back up iCloud notes to the PC so you can access the notes from any Windows 10, Windows 8, 7 or XP computer without an online connection.

iCloud notes in your online account

CopyTrans Contacts provides a convenient way to transfer iCloud notes to PC. Just follow these simple steps.

  1. Download CopyTrans Contacts from the following page:
    Download CopyTrans Contacts

  2. Install the program. If you need help installing CopyTrans Contacts, please refer to this article.

  3. Run CopyTrans contacts and connect your iPhone. From the main program window, navigate to “More” > “Cloud setup” add icloud notes account in copytrans contacts

  4. Click “+ New connection” and then click “iCloud” add icloud notes account to copytrans contacts

  5. Next, enter your iCloud account credentials, check the box next to Notes and click “Add account” enter apple id and password to connect icloud notes account

    NOTE: If you experience trouble connecting your iCloud account, please read this troubleshooting article.

  6. Close the “Cloud setup” window. In the main program window, click the Notes icon. You will now see your iCloud notes listed in CopyTrans Contacts’ main window. The iCloud notes will be designated by a small cloud icon to the right of each list entry icloud notes for backup displayed in main window

  7. Select the iCloud notes you wish to back up to your computer and click “Export selected” selected icloud notes to export

  8. Navigate to the location on your PC where you want to back up your iCloud notes. location on PC to back up icloud notes

  9. Your iCloud notes are now backed up on your computer in the form of individual HTML files. icloud notes transfer to computer

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