Adding and Erasing Ink on a Tablet
On your Tablet, simply tap one of the pen or highlighter items from the Pen palette on the Draw tab. With the pen or stylus, draw or write notes directly on the surface of the page. To erase ink, tap the down arrow at the bottom of the Eraser button, then tap an eraser width. Once the eraser that you want is selected, you simply tap the Eraser button the next time you need to erase ink. You don’t have to select the eraser each time.
Adding and Erasing Ink on a Laptop or Desktop
On your laptop or desktop computer, click the Draw tab, then click a pen or highlighter on the palette. Click the down arrow in the lower-right corner of the Pen palette to open the full selection of pens (see Figure 3). Using the mouse, draw or write directly on the page. To erase ink, click the down arrow at the bottom of the Eraser button, then select an eraser width. Once the eraser that you want is selected, you simply click the Eraser button the next time you need to erase ink. You don’t have to select the eraser each time.
OneNote Web App Now Displays Ink
With the release of the Microsoft Office Web Apps, users can open their OneNote notebooks to view and to perform light edits, from any Internet-enabled computer. Until recently, handwritten notes and drawings could not be seen in the Web App. Heavy-duty pen users spoke up, citing a myriad of reasons why they needed to be able to at least see (if not modify) ink in the OneNote Web App, and Microsoft responded by adding ink rendering to the OneNote Web App in late September 2011.