Windows 10's handwriting keyboard allows you to enter text into any application with a pen or other stylus. It even works on old desktop applications.
This feature is separate from the Windows Ink Workspace, which directs you to applications with special support for pen input. The handwriting keyboard allows you to use a stylus in any application.
Finding the Handwriting Keyboard
This feature is built into Windows 10's touch keyboard. To open it, tap the touch keyboard icon next to the clock on your taskbar.
If you don't see the keyboard icon on your taskbar, right-click or long-press on your taskbar and enable the "Show touch keyboard button" option in the context menu.
Tap the keyboard button at the bottom right corner of the touch keyboard.
Tap the handwriting keyboard icon, which looks like a pen over an empty panel.
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The handwriting input keyboard appears. By default, it spans the entire width of your display. To shrink it, tap the "Undock" button to the left of the "x" on the top right corner of the panel.
Touch the title bar of the panel with your stylus or finger to drag it around your screen and position it wherever you want it.
Once you switch to the handwriting input panel, it will automatically appear whenever you tap or click the keyboard icon on your taskbar. You'll need to tap the keyboard button at the bottom of the touch input keyboard to select the default touch keyboard if you want to use it.