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In this book, the authors look at techniques available to lawyers when collaborating on documents, cases, transactions, and projects. They address the issues involved in using collaborative technologies and advise on how to select the right tools. The authors also look at the trends in collaborative tools and how to develop a collaboration strategy.
This title was written especially to assist legal professionals in using Microsoft Word 2010. It is an excellent resource for attorneys or paralegals with little or no Microsoft Office experience, covering basic functions like saving, as well as for more proficient users looking to use Word's advanced features like HotDocs or document encryption.
This book explains how to get professional results quickly and easily with the word processing tools you already have. It takes you from the basics of type composition to advanced page-layout techniques. Topics include special keyboard characters, line length, point size, font choice, headings, and hyphenation. The book also includes tutorials on common types of documents like ršumš, research memos, letterhead, and motions.