According to the latest report, Recently, Microsoft rolled out a beta update for the Microsoft Office that brings supports the Apple Pencil’s “handwriting-to-text” feature.
After the update, Apple’s handwriting-to-text feature allows users to use Apple Pencil to insert and edit the text in Word documents, PowerPoint presentations or Excel spreadsheets, and handwritten text is automatically converted to typed text.
Members of the Office Insider Program can test the feature through TestFlight now, and the update is expected to roll out to all users on the App Store in the coming weeks. Apple has added the Scribble feature in iPadOS 14, which is applicable to all iPads that support the first or second generation Apple Pencil, including all iPad Pros, third-generation iPad Air and later, and fifth-generation iPads. iPad mini and later, and sixth-generation iPad and later.
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