Handwritten notes and education kind of go hand in hand. This may be changing in the current era as online learning has gained more traction but handwriting is still quite prevalent.
The thing is that handwritten notes have a lot of advantages. Something about words written on paper just has a different feel compared to those printed on a screen.
That’s why even people who learn online with the help of tools and technology should try to keep handwritten notes. Today we are going to teach you a nifty method of doing so. This is basically a method for people who are great at typing and bad at handwriting.
This method works quite well and can even be used for tricky subjects like Chemistry where formulas and equations are used a lot. Just read the steps below to avail yourself of this knowledge.
Steps for Creating Handwritten Notes on a Computer
Here are the steps for creating handwritten notes. Basically, all you have to do is convert your digital notes into handwritten ones.
The straightforward approach is that you sit down and do it manually, but we are going to teach you how to do that automatically instead.
1. Go Online and Find a Handwriting Converter
You read that right. There is online tool that can convert text to handwriting quickly and seamlessly. Such tools are typically free and therefore quite suitable for student use. To find such a tool, all you need to do is the following.
- Ensure you are connected to the internet
- Open a browser
- Navigate to a search engine (preferably Google)
- Search for a text-to-handwriting converter
That is enough to find a list of tools that you can pick from. You will see a lot of results that include tools. Try and open a few of them and see which one you like better.
Such tools do not differ a lot but there are some QoL differences that can enhance your experience. Anyway, once you have found a tool, it is time for the next step.
2. Input Your Chemistry Notes into the Converter
Here is the big part. Now you have to convert your digital Chemistry notes into handwritten ones.
To do that, simply input the notes into the text-to-handwriting converter. In most cases, you will see an output immediately. To input your notes, you can take a few approaches.
The simplest approach is to copy the notes and paste them into the input field aka the text box of the converter. Once that is done, you will see your output typically on one side of the input or sometimes below it (depending on the tool).
Another method of inputting your digital notes into the tool is to simply upload an entire file using the “File Upload” option. Some tools may have this and others may not, but it is a nice feature to have especially when you have to input really long notes.
We recommend using this method because it is suitable for Chemistry notes, as it does not mess with the formatting.
3. Tweak the Settings to Improve the Output
A good text-to-handwriting converter always has multiple options for the output. You see, handwritten notes are all about aesthetics, so if you couldn’t change the looks of the output, that would be quite counterintuitive. That’s why in any handwriting converter worth its salt you will find the following features.
- Multiple handwriting styles
- Multiple ink types
- Different ink colors
- Page styles
- Page colors
- Handwriting size
- Heading size
By tweaking these options students can create notes that are visually appealing and easier to read. This is really beneficial for Chemistry notes where different ink colors and types can help differentiate between normal text and formulae and equations.
Here is an image that shows how these different style options appear in a typical text-to-handwriting converter.
Anyhow, after you have done this you can move on to the last step.
4. Proofread and Print the Results
Once your output has been tweaked to your liking, only two things remain; proofreading and printing. Of course, printing is required because what is the point of handwritten notes if you cannot even hold them in your hands?
But before you can do that (hey, printing is expensive, so no harm in being careful), you have to proofread the results.
Sometimes, there may be some kind of error in the output that you haven’t foreseen. It could be a simple typo, or it could be a formatting issue. No matter what it is, you will be able to find it if you just take the time to read the output.
For Chemistry notes, this is a necessity because it is such a precise and touchy subject.
Anyway, this is some honest effort that you are going to have to put in, there is no skirting it. Once it is done, you can start printing the notes and that is it. Your handwritten Chemistry notes are now ready.
This was a straightforward and mostly free method of creating handwritten, Chemistry notes quickly and easily.
All you have to do is find a handwriting converter tool and input your notes in it and it will take care of the rest. Then just proofread them and print them out. Voila! Handwritten notes are ready.
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