Use the Draw feature in Microsoft Apps with your Touch Device (i.e., PowerPoint, OneNote, Word, and Excel)

Draw with your Touch Device in Microsoft apps

Sketch your ideas as fast and naturally as putting a pencil to paper. Use the Draw feature on your touch device using your finger, pen, or stylus (rubber-tip can be used) to Annotate, highlight, draw shapes with ease, and emphasize content.

IMPORTANT: Recommendations for teaching disciplines, supported devices, and using the Draw feature.

  • Math faculty can use the Ink to Math or Math Assistant in OneNote.
  • Supported Devices: Windows, iPad, and Mac, and Android
  • The Draw feature on Windows would depend on if your university or personal laptop has the most up to date version of Office 365.

INSTRUCTIONS: Open the Office application, select File > Account, you will see Product Information (right pane of your screen) Subscription Product.

Microsoft Support Articles

Replay ink strokes that were drawn to illustrate things step by step.

Use the built-in equations in Office 365 or you can write equations with a stylus or your finger.

Convert handwritten notes to typed text or math equations in OneNote
https://www.onenote.com/ink

 

 

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Article ID: 101204
Created
Fri 3/13/20 2:03 PM
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Tue 4/13/21 10:50 AM