OneNote lets its users not only take hand-written notes and store them for use later, but it can handle hand-drawn shapes as well. In November, a new OneNote feature that will be added to the Windows 10 version of the app will turn those hand-drawn shapes into perfect versions of themselves.
Microsoft said the upcoming Ink Shape Recognition mode will work with over a dozen shapes, such as circles, squares and triangles, all the way up to quadrilaterals, pentagons and hexagons. It added:
In addition to the Windows 10 version, Microsoft will add Ink Shape Recognition as a feature to OneNote for the iPad.
Source: Office blogs
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