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Select handwriting panel which is a blank keyboard with pen on the top. Once you have done, you will have a handwriting panel . Hope this helps, Regards, Volunteer Moderator | Xbox Ambassador | Article Author | Windows & Xbox Insider. 10 people found this reply helpful ...

https://docs.microsoft.com/.../uwp/design/controls-and-patterns/text-handwriting-view

The handwriting view is enabled by default, but you can disable it on a per-control basis and revert to the text input panel instead. A user can edit their text using standard gestures and actions, like these: strike through or scratch out - draw through to delete a word or part of a word

https://answers.microsoft.com/.../handwriting-panel/cc4a1e0e-a035-4b74-9573-1b0840d93819

The handwriting panel either disappears, or what ever am an trying to write on disappears if I rest my hand on the screen to write. I don't see any palm reject settings Reply I have the same question (0) Subscribe Subscribe Subscribe to RSS feed; Replies (5) ...

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The new panel's design is objectively superior to that of its predecessor. I could go into the reasons why it is better but that's essentially irrelevant to the question at hand. And that question is, how do I avoid the annoyance of clicking "Use New Version" every time I open the handwriting panel?