Summary:

First Josh Einstein gave us Tablet Enhancements for Outlook (TEO) which added much needed ink support for Outlook.  Next we have Loren Heiny teasing us with his Ink Gestures in Word to add functionality that Microsoft left out of the Office application.  Now, Tom Clarkson of […]

First Josh Einstein gave us Tablet Enhancements for Outlook (TEO) which added much needed ink support for Outlook.  Next we have Loren Heiny teasing us with his Ink Gestures in Word to add functionality that Microsoft left out of the Office application.  Now, Tom Clarkson of OrangeGuava fame drops a hint that he’s working on adding improved ink support to Excel.  We’ll get full ink support in Office apps one way or another. 

Loren calls our attention to the big announcement from the Office team that is coming at PDC and is holding his breathe that MS is not adding these features in Office and negating all the hard work these individuals have put into their utilities.  Me too.

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