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Handwriting recognition in office?
I am aware of the tablet PC input panel (tabtip.exe) in windows 7 where I can write with the mouse or a pen resulting in my handwriting being converted to text. I am then able to insert this text into a word document etc. I was wondering if there was any way to directly implement this feature into Word or OneNote so I donít have to use the separate tabtip.exe program? Ideally I want to write directly in Word or OneNote with a computer pen, have my writing instantly converted to text and have the spelling automatically corrected - similar to when you are typing. Is this possible? How would I go about doing this? If it is not possible in office are there any other programs that offer this feature?
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