Skip to main content

Results for: Windows Ink

Show:
Selected page 1
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/use-windows-ink-workspace-701b15d4-2dcc-1...

Note: The previous Windows Ink Workspace included Sticky Notes and Sketchpad.You can still use Sticky Notes to jot down reminders or note your ideas. To access Sticky Notes see Get started with Sticky Notes.Sketchpad is only available in older releases of Windows.

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/digital-smart-pen

With innovative and responsive Windows Ink technology—your pen flows as fast as your ideas. 1. Sticky Notes. Grocery lists, home improvement projects, books to read—use a Sticky Note to help you remember. Quickly type or write it on your desktop, and you can even sync across devices.

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/store/collections/windowsinkcollection

Use Window Ink to plan your month or week just like a paper calendar! Draw and highlight in different colors to plan your day with a pen. Ink Calendar replicates the enjoyable experience of putting an X through each day as it ends and putting a big red circle around important days. Use a pen, mouse, or touch to draw on each month or week.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/uwp/design/input/ink-walkthrough

Sample code. Throughout this tutorial, we use a sample ink app to demonstrate the concepts and functionality discussed. Download this Visual Studio sample and source code from GitHub at windows-appsample-get-started-ink sample:. Select the green Clone or download button; If you have a GitHub account, you can clone the repo to your local machine by choosing Open in Visual Studio