Word processing can help lawyers create, edit, and share documents. Word processing software facilitates document drafting with tools for footnoting, formatting, numbering, and sharing documents. Read Nicole Black's Introduction to Word Processing to learn about software options like Google Docs and Microsoft Word. Read WSJ’s article about Best Apps for Assisted Writing. Become more proficient by reading guides to Microsoft Word and Google Docs. Also see our post about Improving Your Writing and ABA books about Microsoft Word and Microsoft Office.