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.)
How to take notes by searching? Here is how to search for notes in OneNote: Launch OneNote (or write a note in Microsoft Word or Open Office). Click on the search icon. Type a search term like this; search notes. (It will search all notes, both your own notes and notes shared with anyone else.) To search for a particular note, write ʋ into the search field. You can leave out the ʋ character if you don't really want to search, or use a different word if you are writing a note to yourself. Ʋ How does searching for a note work? If you click on the search icon, you can see the list of notes that OneNote has. If it is a note shared with others, you will see its link. The details of the note in the Notebook are also shown. If you click a link, it will open a new browser window. You can use the.