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Use Windows Ink Workspace to create sticky notes, draw in sketchpad, and ink on screen

Windows Ink Workspace is a new feature for Windows 10 that enables inking right on the screen, creating a sketch, or creating virtual sticky notes on the desktop.   To open the Windows Ink Workspace, select the Pen icon in the taskbar. You’ll see Sticky Notes, Sketchpad, and Screen sketch in the panel. Sticky Notes are great for quick to do items that you don’t want to forget. Sketchpad is a canvas for drawing and coloring. Screen sketch captures whatever is currently displayed on the screen and allows you to add ink right over it. All of your work can be saved as an image or emailed to anyone else.   To change what the buttons on the pen do, you can also go to Pen & Windows Ink settings from the workspace.