How to quickly use the Xerox Note Converter App (step by step)
What if there was an easier way to convert your handwritten notes into a legible format to share and edit in digital files? It would take the hassle out of having to take your notes and then type them in a Word document to send. This can take up some valuable time to do what you need to do next.
Now Xerox and Google’s AI technology have created the Xerox Note Converter App, specifically designed to eliminate the middle-man stages of having to type out your notes on a Word document. You can scan and send it. It’s that easy.
If you don’t believe us, allow our skilled consultant Keith at Strategic Technology Partners of Texas to show you in the video above and the steps below how to get it done.
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What is the Xerox Note Converter App
Xerox Note Converter is a printer app that uses AI technology to automatically transcribe handwritten notes into digital formats. Organizations can use the Xerox Note Converter to scan handwritten documents and translate their notes to digital text that is easy to read, save, secure, and share.
Step 1: Load your paper into the document feeder.
Step 2: Open the Xerox Note Convert App, when you see it added to your applications list it should look something like this,