In Windows 10, You can now write on Web Pages

In Windows 10, You can now write on Web Pages

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When you see a Web page you want to “ink,” click the small icon that looks like a pen and paper in the upper right corner of the browser window. There are only about five icons total, so this shouldn’t be too difficult to find.

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If you prefer typing to writing or drawing, you can use the text tool in Windows 10 to make comments on the webpage. The text tool is a little different from the pen and highlighter tools: Instead of letting you put text wherever you want on the page, this tool lets you drop a comment pin and type text in a corresponding text box on the right side of the page. You can minimize the text box (the pin will remain visible) for less clutter.

When you select the text tool, your pointer will turn into a cross-hair. Click anywhere on the page to drop a comment pin. The pin will appear where you click, and a thin line will connect it to a corresponding text box on the right side of the page.

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Click inside the text box to type your comment. To minimize the box, you can either click the minus sign in the upper right corner of the box, or you can click the corresponding comment pin. To delete both the comment pin and the text box, click the trash can icon in the lower right corner of the text box.

The clipping tool will also turn your cursor into a cross-hair, so you can clip out a section of the page. It works similar to the Snipping Tool — click the clipping tool icon, and the page will fade out until you select a section of it. Once you have a section selected, you’ll see a small copy icon in the lower right corner; click this to copy your clip (you can paste it into another program, such as Microsoft Paint, if you want to save it).

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