How to Use a 2 In 1 Writer to Write Faster & Easier
As mentioned in a previous article, the 2 in 1 pen is an interesting new product that combines a writer and a highlighter. It’s designed specifically for people who have to take notes during their work day but also need to highlight text on occasion. It’s pretty easy to use. Its clever construction allows you to write with one end and highlight with the other, or you can use both ends for writing; it’s really up to you. I want to show you how to use it.
For this demonstration I’m going to use an orange 60 g cartridge of the 2 in 1 pen, but please listen carefully: it’s important that you get the same type of 2 in 1 pen for your purchase. There is a huge difference in quality between different models. Check out the following photo and make sure you get one that looks like this one before making your purchase.
Now let’s begin. First, remove the cap by turning it counter-clockwise and set it aside for later.
Next, remove the end with the ball point tip. You’ll notice that there’s a little white piece of plastic in the barrel; this will keep your 2 in 1 pen from accidentally getting blocked if you leave something inside, so take note of where it is.
Best Scriptwriting Software for Beginners
Now, if you’re a beginner, you might think you can’t do a lot with this simple device. But that’s where you’re mistaken. You can use it for all kinds of things related to your writing projects – not just for taking notes in the office, but also for organizing the content of your writing projects, whether they be articles, books or blog posts.
I’ll discuss the top two software programs that I use, both of which are free to download. One is open source and the other one is a full-blown writing suite. Most importantly, I’ll tell you what kind of person each program caters to, so you can decide for yourself which one is for you.
Let’s jump right in and see how these two programs compare with each other.
Conclusion: Where Does the Future of Writing Sit? AI or Manual Writing?
I’m not so sure about the future of writing, but I can tell you for sure that the present and the past mean a lot to me. When it comes time for me to write something, I usually have a notebook full of ideas. I have them all written down in my head and in my laptop. However, when I need to take notes or organize something, I usually find myself doing things manually. I will use other writing tools to get the job done. I have three tools that I use the most—a pen, a laptop, and a notepad.
When it comes to brainstorming, I always use a pen. I may have ideas in my mind, but if I want an idea to form into something more concrete, then it needs to be written on paper. Using typing for this process is too much of a hassle. Some words can be skipped or misspelled. When writing down your thoughts with a pen and paper you can’t do that unless you want to rewrite something. A notepad is largely the same. It goes through a similar process. However, I find that using a laptop to brainstorm and taking notes can be incredibly useful.