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Tablet and Touch Samples

This section contains samples that show how applications can be developed with C#, Microsoft Visual Basic .NET, and C++ to work with ink and touch.

By default, the samples are installed in <system drive>:\Program Files\Microsoft Tablet PC Platform SDK\Samples\ when installing the Tablet PC SDK.

Note  When installing the Windows SDK, the Windows Server SDK, or the .NET Framework SDK, the samples install in the default path for that particular SDK.

Available Samples

SampleDescription
Advanced Recognition

Demonstrates some of the more advanced recognition features, such as explicit recognizer choice, factoids and more.

Auto Claims Form

Demonstrates the use of two ink controls: the InkEdit control and the InkPicture control.

Basic Recognition

Demonstrates how to build a simple handwriting recognition application, using the RecognizerContext object.

C++ Event Sinks

Demonstrates templates in C++ for all Tablet Platform events, which can either be subclassed, or copied and pasted and used as template code.

Character Autocomplete

Demonstrates how to implement character Autocomplete in Japanese by using the recognition APIs.

Ink Blog Web Sample

Demonstrates how to create a managed user control that has inking capability and host that control in Internet Explorer

Ink Clipboard

Demonstrates ink interoperability using the clipboard.

Ink Collection

Demonstrates a simple Windows form application that uses the InkCollector object to collect ink.

Ink Divider

Demonstrates how to use the Divider object to do ink analysis.

Ink Erasing

Demonstrates the deletion of ink strokes in a Windows form application that uses the InkCollector object to collect ink.

Ink Hit Test

Demonstrates two ways of hit testing ink.

Ink Recognition

Demonstrates how you can build a simple handwriting recognition application.

Ink Serialization

Demonstrates how to serialize ink to the ink serialized format (ISF).

Ink Web Control Sample

Demonstrates how to create an Ink Control for use in a Web browser.

Ink Zoom

Demonstrates how to properly zoom ink in an application.

Multiple Recognizers Sample

Demonstrates how to select from a variety of installed recognizers and then use the selected recognizer.

No-Touch Deployment Web Sample

Demonstrates how to use the PenInputPanel object to make text input into your forms applications simpler. Extends the Auto Claims form sample.

PenInputPanel

Demonstrates how to use the PenInputPanel object to make text input into your forms applications simpler. Extends the Auto Claims form sample.

RealTimeStylus Ink Collection Sample

Demonstrates ink collection using the RealTimeStylus.

RealTimeStylus Plug-in Sample

Demonstrates working with RealTimeStylus.

Scanned Paper Form Sample

Demonstrates the use of a form scanned in as a bitmap and specified as the background image for a InkPicture control over the top of a form. Several regions have been enabled for the collection of ink (or, specified as "inkable").

Tablet PC Platform Info Sample

Demonstrates the use of the GetSystemMetrics() Windows API function to determine whether the application is running on a Tablet PC.

 

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Recognizer DLL Sample Template

 

 

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