Report handwriting recognition errors to Microsoft
Handwriting recognition error reporting is a tool that provides a way for you to send Microsoft information about corrections that you've made in Tablet PC Input Panel. Microsoft is committed to learning about and fixing handwriting recognition problems.
By reporting errors, you can help identify common handwriting recognition problems and improve the accuracy of handwriting recognition in future versions of Microsoft Windows.
Handwriting recognition is currently available for English, Japanese, Chinese (Traditional), Chinese (Simplified), Korean, German, French, Italian, Dutch, Spanish, and Portuguese (Brazil). If you are not using one of these input languages, you can use the on-screen keyboard in Tablet PC Input Panel to enter text without using a standard keyboard.
To report a handwriting recognition error
Open the Report Handwriting Recognition Errors tool by tapping the Start button , tapping All Programs, tapping Tablet PC, and then tapping Report Handwriting Recognition Errors.
On the Which handwriting recognition errors do you want to report page, select the check boxes next to the errors that you want to report to Microsoft, and then tap Next.
On the Verify the errors that you selected page, adjust the Corrected As text to reflect what you wrote, and then tap Accept for that error. Repeat this step for each error that you selected, and then tap Next.
On the Send your report page, tap Send.
About your privacy
We understand that customers are concerned about their privacy. The only potentially personal information in your error report is the handwriting sample. This data, as well as nonpersonal data that's collected, is used only to improve the reliability of software. No data is used for marketing purposes. For more information, see the Windows Vista Privacy Statement.