Microsoft Office With AI-Based Inking Capabilities Soon To Launch

by Bailey Martin SEO Expert

Microsoft Office suite always holds something with every new launch of updates. Apart from its recent launch of Office 2019, the organization also made new changes in Office PowerPoint. Although the feature is not a new introduction, it has just gone smarter now. The ink feature in Office has moved forward as the company declared new AI-powered features for inking in PowerPoint and Word, in New York.

The American multinational technology company announces that the latest updates are being examined in different phases. Most of the being added to Office setup 365 subscribers right now. However, the ink feature will come out next month.

AI-powered inking feature opens better ways of writing  

The updated Ink Editor in Windows 10 includes new pen commands that allow you to perform more other actions with the pen. With this newly added pen, you can now split and join words, add and brake lines, and write a text or make designs, and with a few clicks, it can be changed in the computer-friendly fonts and designs.

Without using a keyboard, you can write as long as you want to. With the version of Office setup online as well as offline, you will be able to use the inking capabilities in Microsoft Word and PowerPoint. Apart from the inking feature, there are smart options to add and adjust media files and clips to the presentation.

Users who work on may need to update the version if do not find the feature even after the launch. Also, the users who do not have a licensed product or inactive Office setup may not be able to get these AI-based attributes.

If you want to access new features, visit the official site of Microsoft Office 365 or to get a subscription. A licensed Office suite will help you to get all the updates on time.


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