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The story of Microsoft Sticky Notes
Sticky Notes are everywhere! Learn how two teams came together to create the current version of the Sticky Notes you love.
Meet Yibo: From passion to innovation
Meet Windows engineer Yibo who dedicates his time to improve handwriting experience on digital devices using his passion for note-taking.
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What do you use to take notes? 📝
What do you use to take notes? 📝 A. Sticky Notes B. OneNote C. Word D. To-do app E. Pen and paper
Create a custom font with your handwriting
Create a font with Microsoft Font Maker, a digital pen, and your own handwriting.
What are you favorite OneNote features?
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Capture your ideas with Windows Ink on Microsoft Whiteboard
With Microsoft Whiteboard and a pen, you can capture all your ideas and notes!
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.
Windows 101: How to add Rule Lines in OneNote for Windows 10
Do you prefer typing on lined paper rather than blank sheets? Learn how to add lines and colors to your paper in OneNote for Windows 10.
OneNote vs Notepad vs Word vs Wordpad
What's the difference between OneNote, Notepad, Word, and Wordpad?
To handwrite notes, do the following: On the ribbon, choose the Draw tab. In the Tools group, choose a pen or highlighter, and then write notes on the screen. To stop drawing, click the Type button on the Draw tab.
On any page that contains handwritten notes, click or tap the Draw tab. On the Draw tab, select the Lasso Select tool. With your finger, pen, or mouse, press down on the screen and drag a selection around the handwriting that you want to convert. When you let go, the ink strokes in your handwriting should appear selected.
Notes get smarter with Wacom Notes Wacom Notes converts your handwritten notes into smart digital documents that you can search, organize and share with a tap. Our new Semantic Ink function analyses your notes as you write and provides additional contextual information, so you won’t need to search for it on the internet.
Moleskine Notes Moleskine Notes Windows to Write on Paper and store on PC. Moleskine Note Window is a dedicated App for Windows user using Pen+. Store your valuable ideas from Pen+ on your PC now. (In order to store your digitized handwritten notes with Pen+, you need Moleskine Notes Windows/Mobile app and Moleskine Smart Tablet for Pen+.)