Windows 10: How does windows handwriting recognition work in win10? Solved

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    win7 pro 64
       30 Jul 2015 #1

    How does windows handwriting recognition work in win10?

    In win7 handwriting recognition - tablet input app - is really easy to use but I can't get it to work properly in win10.
    It doesn't put the recognised words into the open document , also the app - TabTip (is this the right one?) seems to disappear off the screen, in win7 the tablet input app stays on top the whole time or u can minimise it to the side. what was the point of changing how this works? Anyone worked out how to use it yet?

    update: I have got this working now. win10 recognised my bamboo wireless pad too.
    TabTip is the correct app for handwriting recognition, you can set the icon to appear in the lower right of the taskbar for easy access. Try it with word pad.
    Last edited by treads; 30 Jul 2015 at 17:22.
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