Give OneNote a try. It is a free Microsoft program which may already be on your computer. Or you can put it on iPhone or Android phone. One of its many actually amazing features is that it will convert handwritten notes to text. And enable one to find the note holding it by searching. Handwriting can be in an image, or written live on a touchscreen. OneNote is part of Office 365, but also is free with Windows 10 or can be downloaded and install on Windows 7 or later, check the Microsoft online Store app, do a web search for OneNote 2016 free. It is in Apple’s App Store, or Android Play Store. (Of course, your personal handwriting might be unintelligible to anyone.)
The main purpose of having this automatic and human-validated handwriting recognition software is to create automatic recognition software using natural expressions instead of human skills. If you want to use this software without training, you can download it without charge from for free — but you need the manual and training manual to download it. With the manual and manual training manual you train by typing documents to train the AI algorithms. It works as follows: To read and train the software, you use the manual training manual and this training manual to learn the language of handwriting (English/Japanese/etc. etc.). You need to learn “writing systems” first. Then from the manual you learn “writing algorithms” or “writing styles” etc. Then we need to read the documents that the software recognizes and learn the way it processes those documents for recognizing handwriting. This way we can easily train the software to recognize handwriting and get its.