Posts Tagged Adobe

How small firms look big by making most of resources

This is the first article in a two-part series. To read part two, click here. High-tech innovations level the playing field Innovative small law firms are using widely available technologies to compete with bigger firms. Robert Half Legal noted this trend among the key findings in its

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Filling out forms online

Does much of your practice involve filling out forms? If you answered yes, electronic forms represent both opportunities and looming threats to your business.

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Signing PDFs digitally

There’s no good reason to print a document just to sign it. Once you create a digital image of your signature, you can simply “paste” it onto a PDF. Signing PDFs using Adobe Reader Adobe, creators of the PDF standard, produced this comprehensive video that shows how

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Updated Acrobat helps balance your time

There’s a unifying theme running through the recently released Adobe Acrobat XI: a focus on saving people time. Here are the highlights.

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Acrobat documents are now easier to manage

Some pointers for mastering PDFs Adobe Acrobat solves so many problems in the document-intensive legal industry, it’s pretty easy to get lawyers to share their favourite PDF pointers. Read on for a quick selection of useful PDF tips.

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Scoping the scene for the right scanner

David Feld gladly (almost gleefully) avoids paper. He bluntly states he’s never owned a fax machine. He doesn’t even use the one that came with his Xerox WorkCentre multifunction printer. And, his clients communicate with him mainly via e-mail. “They even use their phones to take pictures of documents and send them

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Signing PDFs without printing them

Increasing numbers of organizations offer documents to be completed as PDF forms. Just open them using Adobe’s free Reader software, click the fields you want to complete and start typing. The point of offering forms as PDFs is to help people reduce the amount of time it

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Annotating PDFs – for free!

People trust Adobe’s portable document format when they need to send documents to other people and need to retain the “look” of said document. Adding things to PDFs used to be an expensive prospect given you could do it only using paid applications, Adobe’s Acrobat being the

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Fixing file associations

Months ago, a fellow writer downloaded an office suite that she wanted to try. After she installed it, though, the new office suite started every time she opened a document it recognized. It seemed as though the new office software she installed told her computer to open

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Pencasting professional development

Livescribe recently sent me an Echo smartpen to try out for an article I wrote on digital pens. I’ve been geeking out on the thing ever since. As part of my geeking out, I’ve been creating “pencasts” and this blog post contains one.

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