Microsoft's Surface Pro Tablet Is a Winner

Integration with the Office suite and easy security tools gives Microsoft the edge over Apple in the tablet wars

, Legaltech News


What if your laptop was a tablet? Imagine—something sleek and easy to carry that still runs all of the software you need, such as Microsoft's Word and Outlook, as well as your favorite document management software, redlining tools, and templates.

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  • Shannon

    I was wondering what apps are installed on the Surface Pro and found a list of them at which seems like at least enough to get you started. It doesn't come with Microsoft Office but I noticed it does come with a one month trial for Office 365.

  • Jack

    Yes it runs full office, meaning all macros, vba add-on, commands will work perfectly.

  • HJA

    This product sounds great. I'm wondering if it will handle Excel Macros so that Georgia Child Support worksheets can be succesfully handled. (They haven't worked with tablets, i pads, etc., to this point.)

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