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When I am writing notes in One Note 2016 Pro plus, things disappear in other places. The attached video shows the problem. As I write out notes, I can't trust them because I can not know for sure that things have not randomly disappeared. This is especially awful when I am doing complex calculations where a dropped symbol will screw everything up. What is going on? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QA7t...m-upload_owner

I am using a wacom pen, but just ot be safe, in the video I kept my palm off the screen so that there is no question that this is a bizarre software glitch.
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