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Frankly speaking, I hadn't been using the stock Notes app for iOS much before. But that's seriously going to change now thanks largely to the neat improvements it has got. Case in point, you can now change the paper style in iOS 11 Notes app on your iPhone.

The option to change paper style is very useful as it allows you to fine tune notes and give it more professional look. Currently, there seven paper styles available including the default one.

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How to Change Paper Style in Notes App on iPhone and iPad in iOS 11So wish to give your note a better look? Let me show you how it's done!

How to Change Paper Style in iOS 11 Notes App on iPhone and iPad

Step #1. Launch Notes app on your iOS device.

Step #2. Next, you can either open an already existing note or create a new one. I'm going to open an existing note.

Step #3. Now, tap on the share button.

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Tap on Share Sheet Icon in Notes App in IOS 11

Step #4. Next up, you need to tap on Change Paper.

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Tap on Change Paper in Notes App in iOS 11 on iPhone

Step #5. Finally, you have to choose the right paper style from the available options.

Change Paper Style in Notes App on iPhone and iPad in iOS 11

Signing Off

The Notes app now also allows you to scan documents and even markup notes. You can add signature or text to your note to give it more professional touch. There is also an option to use the magnifier in the app.

Finally, the stock note-taking app seems to be fully equipped to take on its rivals like Evernote head on. What do you think of it? Would you be using the Notes app on your iOS device? Shoot your thoughts in the comments below.

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