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Office Lens: Giving you a scanner in your pocket
Learn how to use Office Lens to turn paper documents and handwritten notes into digital content at your fingertips.
The New Surface Pro 6 OMG!
I used to have a Bamboo tablet as a teenager. I loved drawing and writing on that tablet for my personal enjoyment and, it was absolutely magical to watch my art grow again; as I taught myself that I can find points in my life that I will have to start over. It was a refreshing and inspiring life lesson, and who would have thought, all this came from a tablet! Seeing the new Surface Pro 6 inspires me to obtain more goals as an adult. Almost as if my tablet 'grew up', in a sense. (Even if the two companies previously aforementioned are not the same seller...) I saw a piece of me in this new Surface Pro 6. And as distant as that piece might be for quite some time with my rather dismal budget at the moment, I can certainly continue to dream about that magical keyboard/tablet experience. It would be incredible to learn to draw again on the computer once more. I wonder what type of drawing programs it uses and or comes with, or has suggested for purchase? Does anyone have anything to say about the Surface Pro 6? Good experiences, bad, mediocre? Draw from mine if you had some negative experience, if you can. Consider this possibly as another step towards your 'grown up self', as well. :)
Add a device notifications
I accidently connected my Bluetooth with Hp OfficeJet Pro 8020 series. What can I do to stop getting notifications (every 3 seconds)!!!
HP Printer Issue - Printing Automatically
Sometimes, my computer is printing a pdf automatically. Is there a virus on my computer?
I am a person with terrible handwriting but love the Surface pen. I would love to use it more to take notes but my writing looks terrible. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to make my terrible writing look better. And yes, I have even tried writing very slow.
What is the best laptop for a student?
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Five Microsoft Edge features to boost productivity while browsing
Don’t go down the web rabbit hole. Stay focused and on task when you’re online with popular Microsoft Edge features.
How old is too old?
I am a substitute teacher who is preparing for the new school year. Because of the COVID -19 virus, a good number of the classes I will work with will be virtual, using assorted teleconferencing programs. I currently have a 6 year old Acer Aspire E11 laptop. Question for the community, how old does a computer have to be to be too old to use for more current applications like teleconferencing, etc.? Are there clear symptoms that my computer is too old for productive use, aside from being a little slow at startup? I Look forward to the responses. Thanks.
Would you want to become a employee of Microsoft?
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Select Windows Ink Workspace from the taskbar to open it. From here, you can select Whiteboard or Fullscreen Snip. (You can also select More and Learn more about pen or access Pen settings .) Tip: Press the top button on your pen once to quickly open Microsoft Whiteboard, or double-press it to open Snip & Sketch.
Bamboo Ink Plus pen from Wacom. Optimized for Windows Ink and works with a wide range of Windows 10 touchscreens. Plus, exchangeable nibs offer plenty of writing options. 1 Pen capable tablet or PC required.
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.
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