Quick guide to Windows Ink features

Quick guide to Windows Ink features

Today’s popular laptops that support touch screens and digital pens. Taking advantage of the features and benefits of the pen will bring more efficiency and productivity.

1. Basic use

To find out if you have Windows Ink or not, you can look at the bottom right hand side of the pen icon.

When you touch this icon, you will see three window frames appear:

Sticky Notes: Notes

Now you can write a note with your stroke instead of typing it manually.

Sketchpad: Creative drawing

With this drawing, you can arbitrarily create your ideas on a large screen and can easily edit, erase as you like.

Screenshots: Draw on screenshots

This feature is very useful when you need to take note of what has just appeared on the screen or an interesting idea just flashed in your head.

2. Combine with Office

Especially Windows Ink when combined with Office as a pair of posts to enhance your productivity to an unexpected.

Quick editing in Word

Work with a small pen like a brick to erase text, circle to select text, draw or take notes directly on the text, and use a bold yellow pen to highlight important paragraphs.

Do math with OneNote

With Windows Ink, you can write math operations, view detailed explanations, and even draw graphs with basic arithmetic functions.

Present ideas directly on the Power Point

During the presentation, you can also draw on the screen so that the presentation becomes more intuitive with direct drawings from you.

Here is a list of Windows Ink support applications:

  • 3D Paint
  • Affinity Desgner
  • Affinity Photo
  • Penbook
  • Expresii
  • Zen Brush 2
  • Bamboo Paper
  • FluidMath
  • Sketchable
  • Drawboard PDF
  • Index Cards
  • Zen: Coloring book for adults
  • Sensavis Visual Learning Tool
  • Autodesk SketchBook
  • Notebook Pro

Have you used this Windows Ink feature yet?