The new digital pen on the Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book is an indispensable tool for serious note-takers and artists alike. Out of the box, the Surface Pen is pre-programmed to do some pretty wonderful things.

For example, the eraser of the new Surface Pen can be clicked once to open Microsoft’s OneNote, double-clicked for a screenshot, and held to open a Cortana search. Oh, and the eraser erases, too!

But what if you wanted the eraser to do something else? Unfortunately, Microsoft doesn’t provide an integrated software solution to this problem, but, through a little free program called… more

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