Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Use Handwriting to Text on S Memo

S Memo is a great applications available on Samsung Galaxy SIII that we can use to create new text memo, drawing memo or memo that combine both of them. When you create new drawing memo on S Memo you can use your finger as a pen or use a stylus pen to draw your memo.

See also: How to Create New Drawing Memo Using S Memo on Samsung Galaxy S3

While you on edit mode when drawing a memo, you can convert your handwriting memo to text then save it to the new memo.

How to use handwriting to text features on S Memo?
Here are the steps you need to do to use handwriting to text features to convert your handwriting to text:
  1. Open S Memo from App drawer.
  2. Tap Create drawing memo (plus with pen symbol) button located at the top of the screen.
  3. Here you can start drawing or writing using your finger or a stylus pen.
  4. Once you've finished drawing your memo you can convert them to text by tapping the Menu key then select Handwriting to text option.
  5. The recognized words will be shown at the top of the screen.
  6. Here you can also adjust the handwriting to text by dragging the blue box over a particular section of text.
  7. Tap Handwriting-to-text button.
  8. Choose the input language you wish to use.
  9. Now your phone will try to reconvert your drawing memo to text.
  10. The new recognized words will be shown at the top of the screen.
  11. Tap Save button to paste the text into a new memo.

Handwriting to text is one of the feature available on S Memo apps. By knowing on how to use it, now you can convert your drawing memo to text easily then save it to your new memo. So, have you ever tried to use this feature? Was it useful for you?

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