This is a short but important article. Now, Microsoft has updated all individual Office apps to include support for many storage locations out of the box. Most people have not noticed this flexibility. Hence I am writing this article.
Add a place helps you add OneDrive (personal and business), Dropbox and SharePoint sites. Please note that in each of these multiple sites may be added.
OneNote is going from strength to strength – that too across all kinds of devices. Many of us have handwritten notes. Handwriting search was limited to notes viewed on PC / Windows Tablets earlier. Now it is available on Android and iPad as well.
The only pre-requisite is that the content (the OneNote Notebook) must be stored on OneDrive. If you already have handwritten notes, those will be searchable immediately. If you have actually captured notes just now using Android or iPad, (of course you need a stylus for this), you need to wait for few minutes for the notes to be made searchable.
Try it out. It is amazing.
One Precaution: Make sure you take the notes horizontally. If these are tangential or angled, the recognition is not very effective.
Also remember that the processing of handwriting happens on the OneDrive server. Therefore, you need internet connection for this kind of search to be available.
Read this article to know more about using handwriting in OneNote.
Writing notes in OneNote: Practical Guidelines
Till now, Android phones just had a single Office app. This had limited functionality. Now, we have separate apps for Word, Excel and PowerPoint. And what an amazing job the MS team has done. With such a small screen, they have provided lots of features in an easy to handle way. Try it out and read this quick preview…
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Recently Microsoft added this app to Play store.
I find it quite useful.
Here is a quick review.
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