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Viewing, Editing, and Redlining Word Documents on Your iPad and iPhone Plus Partnership Caveats

By Kathryn Hughes | Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Coming today to SmallLaw: For now, Microsoft Word on the iPad remains a dream, not a reality. You live in reality, not a dreamworld. Therefore, you would like a solution now for viewing and editing Word documents on your iPad and iPhone, including redlining (tracking changes). Fortunately, iPad for lawyers expert Jeff Richardson has written a guide for you in this issue of SmallLaw — his first of several. As publisher of iPhone J.D., Jeff has tried virtually every iOS product so you'll benefit from his vast experience. In each guide, you'll learn not only which collection of apps and related products currently work best, but also what to avoid and what shows promise. Also, don't miss the SmallLaw Pick of the Week to learn about four caveats when starting a law firm with one or more partners.

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