Microsoft has just taken to the Office Blog to announce that the Universal Office Lens app is now available for Windows 10 PCs, tablets, and even HoloLens. The availability now means that you can enjoy the superpower of taking pictures and scanning them in documents no matter what Windows device you’re using.
Office Lens makes it simple to automatically crop and reuse content from whiteboards, (and other places) straight into OneNote, Word, or PowerPoint. As the Redmond company puts it, Office Lens is like having a scanner in your pocket (or in this case, on your desk or in your bag or on your head).
Additionally, Microsoft also is highlighting that thanks to the latest updates for Office Lens for Windows 10, Android, and iOS, you can now securely save scanned items to a work or school Office 365 account. To use this feature, all you need to do is to sign into Office Lens using your Office 365 email address.
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