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Windows Journal

Windows Journal
A component of Microsoft Windows
Details
Included with Windows XP Tablet PC Edition
Windows Vista
Windows 7
Windows 8
Windows 10

Windows Journal is a computer mouse to compose a handwritten note, as well as a graphics tablet or a Tablet PC.

JNT format

Presently, since the documentation for the JNT format is not available, there can be no third-party applications for direct use with files created with Windows Journal. JNT files should be converted to other formats such as XML with the Journal Reader Supplemental Component,[1] for external applications to use.

Windows Journal Viewer

Windows Journal Viewer, also created by Microsoft, allows viewing the Windows Journal notes (.JNT files) on other systems without the Tablet PC software. The current version[2] is available for Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows Server 2003.

See also

  • Tablet PC Input Panel
  • Xournal, an open source alternative.
  • Jarnal, an open source alternative written in Java.
  • Microsoft OneNote, with more functionality.

References

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