Does anyone know if the feature 'Convert to Shapes' is coming to OneNote 2016? I can use it on my iPAD Pro and in the Windows version of OneNote, but can not find it in the Office 2016 version?
I am looking in OneNote for Office 2016, I assumed in all the versions that Microsoft has for OneNote it would be OneNote 2016?Where are you looking? It is in the Modern UI app and I think even in the 2013 version
I see...hmmm that's too bad. And then convert ink to text is only available in the Office version. Sorry, but that's plain stupid.
This sort of stuff is stuff that Microsoft really should get together! That is the same level as how a lot of tiles are not transparant in Windows 10 Mobile. I would really love for every app to have the option: "use app logo on default tile" or "use app maker invented tile" But that's a different matter
I tend to use the Office version for management and integration (confession - I never convert ink to text as ink is fully searchable) and use the Mobile version to take notes in meetings.
Inking in any OneNote Application is automatically searchable in the Desktop Version (Windows since Windows XP Tablet PC Edition treats digital ink as text).To be clear, I do not 'convert' the INK to text, the Feature that I refer to as Ink to Text is the feature that make INK searchable, I leave INK as handwriting, but to make it searchable, it needs some quality time with OneNote for Office
Inking in any OneNote Application is automatically searchable in the Desktop Version (Windows since Windows XP Tablet PC Edition treats digital ink as text).
My apologies, I was amazed with the free version actually able to search at all, I got mixed up on which version you referred to.That is what I said - it requires that OneNote Office version open and index the note....