Convert Handwriting to Text in S Note on a Samsung Note 10.1

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  1. 1
    Make sure your device is unlocked.
    You should be on the home screen.
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    Once you are on the home screen, locate and tap on the application folder.
    The icon for the application folder is in the lower right-hand corner. It is a grid with white squares.
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    Locate and tap the S Note icon by scrolling left and right in the application folder.
    The S Note icon is a red box with an "S" inside of it. A blank template will be opened, where notes can be created.
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    Now, remove the S Pen.
    The S Pen is located in the upper right-hand corner of the device behind the screen. You will find a notch that you can take advantage of to pull the S Pen out of its case. If your sound is turned on, you should hear a click when the S Pen is removed.
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    Tap on the pencil icon to open the "Pen settings" menu.
    It is in the upper left-hand corner of the screen, where you can find a toolbar with different tools that you can use.
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    At the top, you can tap on the instrument you would like to use.
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    Adjust the thickness of the pen by dragging the scroller to the left or right.
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    At the bottom of this menu, you can tap on a color.
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    Once you've made your selections, tap on the "X" in the top-right corner of "Pen settings" to close the menu.
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    Begin writing by drawing the letters on the screen using the S Pen.
    For this tutorial, let's write "VisiHow".
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    To edit this text, we need to tap on "Selection mode".
    It is the fourth option in the left corner of the toolbar.
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    In "Selection mode", draw a box around your text until it is selected.
    Then, lift the S Pen to view your text box. You will see a menu under the selected text with the following options: "Properties", "Transform into", "Cut", "Copy", and "Delete". For this tutorial, let's transform the handwritten note into text.
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    Tap on "Transform into".
    It is the second option from the left in the menu. This will bring up a new list of options. You can transform the text into "Refined shape", "Formula", "Text", and "Refined shape and text".
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    You may choose a different language when transforming your text.
    For that, tap on the language drop-down menu in the upper-right corner of this window.
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    Tap on "Text" one time.
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    When your note has been converted, you can move it around the screen by clicking and dragging the selection to a new location on the document.
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