want to write in onenote with stylus

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  1. Hi2u

    Hi2u New Member

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    All I'm able to do at the moment is write on two lines and then insert them. If I can't write with a stylus where I want the words to go, then there's no use for the surface for me. Is there a way?
     
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    Do you mean just writing anywhere? On the Tabs at the top, go to DRAW and select the color of line you want to draw
     
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    Yes that would work but its pretty faulty. I'm hoping its my stylus? I'm using a 2in1 with a rubber ball at the end.

    I'm a college student and bought it for mainly note taking because, I have a laptop that I could use excel and word on. Starting to think I joule be got the Samsun galaxy note 10.1 but was thinking it would be nice to have it all in one.
     
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    Haven't tried more than one stylus, but the touch sensitivity seems to be low, low enough that you can't really use a stylus to draw. Finger seems to be okay though.
     

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