How is word processing on it?

Discussion in 'MacBook' started by David58117, Nov 28, 2015.

  1. David58117 macrumors 65816

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    How is word processing on the MacBook?

    Does the keyboard or screen size make it a nightmare?

    I had the 11" air at one point and loved it, but the screen quality was too horrendous.
     
  2. Queen6 macrumors 603

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    If you liked the 11" then the 12" rMB will not be an issue, only consideration would be the short throw keys. Personally I had no issue adapting to the new keyboard or switching back to one of my rMBP`s.

    As for WP rMB handles complex MS Word documents with the same ease as any other modernday Mac.

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  3. RUGGLES99 macrumors 6502

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    I'm a writer and I love it. I have the base and use Office for the mac 2011. I also have rhe mba 11", but the screen is tough on my eyes. You will probably love the rmb.
     
  4. roxysdad macrumors member

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    I'm writing a ton on mine as well. I find it a nice piece of tech. I love the compact little computer - not a powerhouse, but such a great little ultra-book computer. There is compromise in everything tech related (I guess life too), but the compromises for this little gem are no problem on my end.
     
  5. Nychot macrumors 6502a

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    you could not have loved it if you felt the screen was "horrendous." that makes absolutely no sense. i have both the 11" mba and the rmb and of course the retina screen is better, but word processing -- the most basic of computer uses -- is fine on both. the kb and tp on the rmb has been debated here a zillion times.
     
  6. FuNGi macrumors 65816

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    Word processing is great unless you really need to read and write at the same time. In that case use your ipad with the Duet application. I find the smaller screen (relative to a 15") actually promotes focus, if that makes sense.
     

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