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Maximizing the use of your Surface pen
If you have a Surface pen, how often do you use it for writing by hand? - Business Expert at Microsoft stores

04/18/2019

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What's your favorite feature in Edge?
As a long time Chrome user, my favorite feature (by far!) of Edge is being able to ink directly on the screen. With my Surface pen I love being able to hit that inking button and circle my favorite parts of an article. This is super helpful whenever i'm researching a new place to vacation too! Have ya'll ever used inking? or is there any other hidden gems in Edge other should know about? -nik SVA @ Microsoft Store

04/18/2019

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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. :)

04/18/2019

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https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/desktop/uxguide/inter-pen

Pen input refers to the way Windows lets you interact directly with a computer using a pen. A pen can be used for pointing and also for gestures, simple text entry, and capturing free-form thoughts in digital ink. The pen used for input has a fine, smooth tip that supports precise pointing, writing, or drawing in ink.

https://docs.microsoft.com/.../api/gdipluspen/nl-gdipluspen-pen

A Pen object is a Windows GDI+ object used to draw lines and curves.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/api/system.drawing.pen

Examples. The following code example demonstrates constructing a Pen with a Brush and the effects of setting the LineJoin property on a Pen.. This example is designed to be used with Windows Forms. Paste the code into a form and call the ShowLineJoin method when handling the form's Paint event, passing e as PaintEventArgs.. private: void ShowLineJoin( PaintEventArgs^ e ) { // Create a new pen.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/desktop/gdi/pens

A pen is a graphics tool that an application can use to draw lines and curves. Drawing applications use pens to draw freehand lines, straight lines, and curves. Computer-aided design (CAD) applications use pens to draw visible lines, hidden lines, section lines, center lines, and so on.

https://docs.microsoft.com/.../component-guidelines/windows-pen-states

Touch Interactions with Pen In-Range. As mentioned earlier, Windows 10 allows the user to perform touch interactions while the pen is in-range, on hardware that supports simultaneous touch/pen reporting. But once the pen transitions from being in-range to being in contact with the screen, all touch interactions are suppressed.