I also have an interest in this software.
I recently saw Microsoft Journal used to do an interactive presentation from a touchscreen laptop. The presenter imported several forms and tables into the software, brought the forms/tables up as "backgrounds" in the software, and was able to use a stylus to mark/doodle on the "backgrounds" on his laptop screen (not on a stand-alone tablet). The laptop was hooked up to an overhead projector for the audience to see the presentation. The result combined a static background with expressiveness of a "white board".
This was an awesome use of software, as well as, laptop/stylus technology.
Here's an example of what can be done to an imported grid form.