If you have a choice to compose either on a laptop or a tablet, or to hand write, use electronic equipment. It has many advantages.
You can erase and rewrite easily. Even if you are lazy, you will erase and make changes more than if you are handwriting.
You can cut and paste easily, moving sentences around to create better flow. On paper you can do that too, drawing arrows or actually cutting your paper with a scissors and taping it together in a different order, but face it, you probably won’t.
You know immediately if a word is misspelled and with one click, you know how to correct it. No paging through a dictionary.
You know immediately if you have a grammar problem although you might not recognize what the problem is. But at least you know something is wrong. When you write on paper, you don’t know you made a mistake.
You can read what you are writing. If your handwriting is poor, or if you forget to skip lines, reading handwritten drafts is difficult.
With electronic equipment you are more likely to revise because you can see what you are doing and you don’t create a mes
Once you know how to type or keystroke, writing on electronic equipment goes faster than handwriting does.
Your work looks professional. You can be proud not only of the content but of its appearance.
Your writing will improve.