File Extension INK

.INK File

File extension: INK
File type: Digital Ink File
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Notes about the INK file extension:



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The INK file type is primarily associated with 'Tablet PC' by Microsoft Corporation. On Tablet PCs, a digitizer overlain on the LCD screen creates an electromagnetic field. When the pen comes in contact with the screen's electromagnetic field, its motion is reflected on the screen as a series of data points. These electromagnetic pen events are then represented visually on the screen as pen strokes. The inking process gives users the choice of converting the handwritten data to standard text through handwriting recognition. Users can also preserve the data in its ink format. Some Pocket PCs also produce this file type. Later versions of Microsoft Word on a PC should be able to open the file.

Detailed information for file extension INK:


Primary association: Tablet PC
Company: Microsoft Corporation

Other applications associated with file type INK:

  • Ink Markup Language (File) by W3C, InkML supports a complete and accurate representation of digital ink. , , In addition to the pen position over time, InkML allows recording of information about device characteristics and detailed dynamic behavior to support applications such as handwriting recognition and authentication. For example, there is support to record additional information such as pen tilt and pen tip force (often referred to as "pressure") and information about the recording device such as accuracy and dynamic distortion. InkML also provides features to support rendering of digital ink captured optically to approximate the original appearance. For example, stroke width and color information can be recorded. , , InkML provides means for extension. By virtue of being an XML-based language, users may easily add application-specific information to ink files to suit the needs of the application at hand. , , Creator code on the Macintosh is TEXT.
    , This association is classified as XML. The Mime types used with this association are: application/inkml+xml.
  • Intkey (Startup Configuration File) by DELTA AuthorsIntkey is an interactive program for identifying a specimen by comparing its attributes with stored descriptions of taxa. The program can also be used to interrogate the stored data. Intkey can access its data and image files over the Internet. To do this, the data-set index file (see Introduction in the Intkey on-line help) or a link in a Web page must point to a special startup file, with extension (type) .ink or .intkey. The startup file tells Intkey where the data set and its associated images are to be found, and the name of the initialization file to use. The Mime types used with this association are: application/x-intkey.
  • Mimio Ink File[Electronic Whiteboard]
  • Pantone Reference File



Important: Invalid file associations could be the result of underlying issues within your Windows PC. It is highly recommended that you scan your PC for invalid registry entries, unused processes and other slowdown issues.

Technical data

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System Info for File Extension .INK

The following listing is compiled from the database produced by the 'Associate This!' program, selected data from the main FILExt database and information FILExt collected directly from user systems.

ProgramID: inkfile
EXEFile: %ProgramFiles%\ART\smARTwriter\smARTScribble.exe %1

ProgramID: Mimiosys.ink
EXEFile: %ProgramFiles%\VIRTUA~1\mimio\mimiosys.exe


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