Mobile scanner app from Microsoft

Microsoft just released iOS & Android versions of Office Lens, a mobile scanner app that works standalone and also integrates with OneNote. Previously, Office Lens was available only for Windows phones. More info and screen shots from Tech Crunch.

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Handwriting & drawing now in iPad version of OneNote

One of the most requested features for Microsoft OneNote on the iPad has been support for drawing and handwriting. And now we have it! With the updated version, you can use your finger or stylus to make drawings, and just like the desktop version, the iPad version of OneNote can convert

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Office 2013 is now available

It’s official: Microsoft Office 2013 is now available to the public. (It was made available to corporate customers a month ago.) Is it something you need? Office has been around for so many years and so many versions, what features were left for Microsoft to add? For the most part,

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Draw math equations in OneNote

If you need to insert nicely formatted math equations in a Microsoft Office application, you may have used the equation editor. That’s OK – actually, I think it’s a lot of fun to play with – but if you have a Windows tablet, or a digitizer tablet attached to a

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