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Discussion in 'iPad' started by kdog0126, Nov 13, 2015.
Anyone able to get Ink to work with Office for iOS and the Apple Pencil?
No. I don't think Microsoft has released the version with inking enabled.
This. Something like that would be in the change notes.
Inking won't be available until 2016 January!
I'm definitely going for a Microsoft Surface instead.
Disappointing but not a deal breaker for me.
Yeah they finally gave a time frame. I have a Surface 4 Pro I5 8gb 256ssd. I bought on the 31st so I still have a few days to return it. I just can't use it for a tablet like I do the iPP. I really wanted to try out Ink on the iPad Pro to compare. Want to see if I have the same issues I have on the IPP that I have on the Surface, when I use ink. I finally got the Apple Pencil.
Only one month. And it already works in OneNote where it's most important anyway.
As long as it works with OneNote I'm happy as well. Glad is coming though and it's very soon too. It's not its six months away lol.
Which issues (I have seen many)?
Too bad it's delayed. This is my number one use for the iPP (power point annotation during presentations).
It doesn't look like Keynote has any inking features either.
I have Test Procedures that I need to Circle Pass/Faill. They're in a Table. I would print them out after entering any text Data. Then hand sign and Circle what needed to be done. With Ink I can use the Surface Pen to sign and circle within Word. Unfortunately, it turns the Circles into objects and changes the size of the table cell. This screws up the form format.
I believe you can turn this feature off. I don't have my SP3 here to check, but I recall a selection on the pen ribbon that controls this.