Today, I decided I would just take a picture of our church choir schedule so I would have it on my phone for reference. I remembered that Paul Thurrott on his Windows weekly podcast mentioned that the latest Microsoft Lens app could do Optical Character Recognition (OCR) and put the text and/or the image in OneNote. So I tried it. Wow! It works great!
After opening the app, I snapped a picture. The first cool thing was that it corrected for the angle from which I took the picture so the page looked as if I snapped the picture squarely from the front. I then told it I wanted a word doc and to store the pic in OneNote. I chose to share a link to the doc with a friend and sent it to myself. I opened the .docx file on my windows phone and could see the text converted from the image right above the picture so it was easy to compare to make sure it did it correctly. It did. I love it when technology foes exactly what I want it to do.