Microsoft Lens gets a hot new feature — the Office app can ‘read’ your handwriting

Microsoft Lens, formerly Office Lens, is a useful Office app that lets users take photos of text-filled content and convert them into PDFs, editable Word documents and more. For example, you can take a picture of a textbook page, save it as a PDF in OneDrive and review it later for an upcoming exam.

Now, Microsoft is adding an extra feature to the Lens app: handwriting recognition. Yes, Microsoft Lens will be able to convert your legible writing (sorry, chicken-scratch scribblers) into text, thanks to an upcoming update.

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Microsoft Lens (Image credit: Microsoft)

Microsoft Lens will have a new OCR handwriting feature


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