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An app that you can write and type on with the stylus for powerpoints?

5th June 2014, 05:56 AM |#1  
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I have a lot of classes which lectures off the powerpoint. Preferred is doing notes on a different page too. So far, I can only type notes or textboxes. Any apps that lets you type notes and use the stylus to write on the powerpoint?
5th June 2014, 07:56 AM |#2  
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Why not spit view with PowerPoint in one window and lecture notes in the other? It's what I do in my lectures, works beautifully

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5th June 2014, 08:17 AM |#3  
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What do you mean? Thanks.

Also, polaris office 5 says it doesn't support free drawing on ppt.
5th June 2014, 11:47 AM |#4  
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Convert it into pdf file and then there are a lot of app to write on pdf file (like ezpdf reader ora papyrus)

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5th June 2014, 11:24 PM |#5  
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Convert it into pdf file and then there are a lot of app to write on pdf file (like ezpdf reader ora papyrus)

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Great tip. This is exactly what I do. I use Polaris to convert to PDF. Then use Papyrus to write on it (text or handwriting).

I havent found any of the PDF annotation apps as convenient as Papyrus. The lasso tool and one-finger erase function of Papyrus cant be beaten!! While Papyrus doesnt actually "annotate" PDFs (other PDF apps cant edit the changes you made using Papyrus ), you can export it again to PDF to view on other devices.
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^^^
This is exactly what I do as well. It's very efficient and helpful.
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9th June 2014, 02:14 PM |#7  
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you guys are not answering his question.
Im a student too and i have using polaris office 5 to annotate pptx. to annotate ppt polaris office 4 would be required or you can choose to save the ppt file as pptx using polaris office 5. however, i have never enjjoyed polaris office apps, as their frequently buggy. i think that hancom office can do the job well after some testing in shop, but i havent update my note so i cant confirm that.

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