OneNote and Microsoft (Office) Lens: where notes come together

OneNote allows you to bring together and organise your notes, images, and audio recordings all in one place and share selected content across different mobile devices and with friends.

One Note works well with Microsoft Lens (formerly Office Lens), which allows you to take photos of anything and have them flattened for easy reading.  Office Lens doesn’t just import an image into a Word or PowerPoint file, it recognizes the text, handwritten or printed, and the document layout and saves it as a fully editable Word document or converts all of your handwritten lines and strokes into drawing objects in a PowerPoint file that you can then recolour, resize and edit at will. You can even remove the backgrounds from your drawings.

Read more about OneNote.

Read more about Microsoft Lens (Office Lens)

AppStore and Google Play versions are available for devices running iOS and Android OS, respectively.

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