Can Microsoft OneNote convert handwriting to text?

Yes, Microsoft OneNote has handwriting recognition capabilities that can convert your handwritten notes to text. When you write with a stylus or your finger on a touch screen device, OneNote can convert your handwriting to text so that you can search and edit your notes more easily. This feature is called “Ink to Text,” and it’s available in OneNote for Windows 10, OneNote for iPad and iPhone, and OneNote for Android.

To use Ink to Text in OneNote, you simply need to write your notes using a stylus or your finger, then select the handwritten text using your mouse or touch. Once the text is selected, click on the “Ink to Text” button on the “Draw” tab or the “Home” tab, and OneNote will convert your handwriting to text. You can then edit and format the text as you would with any other text in OneNote.

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