Chris Pratley discusses the new drawing features for One Note 2007, especially good news for non – tablet pc users. Thanks, Bill the intern.
As we pondered drawing tools, we had to decide whether they would be typical Office drawing tools or something more natural for OneNote. One thing that is different for OneNote is that we support ink already (on all PC types, not just Tablets). The Office drawing tools which you see in Word, Excel, etc. have a lot of functionality but also live in a different “layer” which OneNote wouldn’t get to interact with much. That would mean for example that ink you draw on a page would not be able to interact with the drawing objects. Ink tools such as the eraser and lasso would not affect the drawing tools. Also these objects would not have awareness of other things on a OneNote page such as text that you might want to type on them. It’s hard to explain the subtleties of the issues here but suffice it to say in the end we decided that having native drawing tools would be a better experience for our users.
2020 Ford Escape First Drive Review: Redefining the Compact SUV
The 2020 Ford Escape raises the bar for what you should expect from a compact SUV, combining sleeker chic styling...
9 Exciting Things the iPhone 11 Can Do
The iPhone 11 is a new iPhone that’s more affordable and still packs in a ton of features that make...