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Scan photos into Office 365 with Office Lens on Windows 10

Now you can upload images without needing a OneDrive account.
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Microsoft's Office Lens app has let folks upload photos from their iOS and Android devices since April 2015. But now your Windows 10-running phone, tablet, PC can snap photos or even the Hololens, if that's your thing.

With integration in the latest Windows OS, though, they've also added support for Office 365 if your business or personal accounts use that instead. It's still got all the optical character recognition you've enjoyed with OneNote since 2013, meaning the text and figures are searchable once you've uploaded the images to OneDrive.

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