My major use case for the iPad Pro (IPP) is to reduce the amount of crap I haul around from meeting to meeting, so taking notes on the IPP is of primary concern. I use OneNote and I'm not interested in discussing other applications, so start another thread if you want to go there. So, in the OneNote for the IPP (and OneNote on a Mac), how does one: Convert handwritten notes into text, and Grab sections of handwritten notes to move them around and align with typed notes? For instance, I keep a Journal in OneNote. I type very fast so keeping up with a stream of consciousness is not an issue for me. I like to keep the newest entries at the top of the Journal. So, with a keyboard and text entries, all I do is place the cursor at the top, hit Return a couple of times then start today's entry at the top. With text it autospaces just fine. The issue with handwritten (Pencil) notes is they are treated as a separate object from the text entry. Keeping all of this aligned is a chore. One thought is to covert to text, but unlike the Windows version of OneNote, I don't see a Draw tab on the Ribbon to lasso the Pencil notes and convert. Am I missing something?