Is Online Word Processing Use on the Rise?

What is your main word processing tool?  According to a poll taken over at ReadWriteWeb, 49% use Microsoft Word, which is not all that surprising.  But what is interesting is the number of respondents who primarily use an online word processor -- around 21 percent.  Google Docs accounts for most of that number, with around 15 percent of the total.  This is a six percent increase from ReadWriteWeb's poll last year.

We suspect that most lawyers are still using a desktop word processing program -- Microsoft Word, or perhaps that old standby WordPerfect?  We'd like to ask our readers the same question:  which word processor do you use most often?  Please answer below:

 

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Laurie/Halo Secretarial - September 22, 2008 10:41 PM

I like Open Office best, but also use Google Docs and Microsoft. Would prefer to avoid Microsoft but it is the standard of so many unfortunately!

My favorite was WordPerfect for sure, too bad Microsoft took over so much.

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