Tag Archives: Acrobat X

Adobe Acrobat X Pro: Forms Tutorial

Forms have numerous applications in the legal world. They’re used to collect standard information, often as part of a client intake process. They’re used to simplify routine drafting tasks, like the preparation of a basic will. They’re used within organizations to ensure that standard contract forms are used.  In short, forms are used to save […]

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Paperless in 12 Steps

Too many excuses are made for a law firm’s inertia toward a paperless or just “less paper”-ridden office. The reason? Most often, “We aren’t sure where to start”. Well here’s a simple plan to help get the mountain moving. Make a paperless plan. But don’t call it that. If you’re leading the cause and the […]

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Adobe Acrobat X Pro: Redaction Tutorial

In the past, redaction could be a tedious (and expensive) nightmare.  Lengthy copies of documents would have to be printer, carefully examined word-for-word, and redacted manually with a thick black marker.  With Adobe Acrobat X Pro, you can quickly redact documents using a variety of built-in tools.  In this tutorial, we address: Using search-and-redact to […]

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Adobe Acrobat X Pro: PDF Editing Tutorial

In this second video in our series of Adobe Acrobat X Pro tutorials, we address an all-too-common problem: you need to make a few minor changes to a PDF, but the original document isn’t available. So how do you make changes directly to the PDF?  We demonstrate how to: Add text directly while preserving word […]

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Adobe Acrobat X Pro: PDF Basics Tutorial

Acrobat Pro is an essential tool for many lawyers, used for everything from basic document viewing to redaction to client in-take forms.  In this first video in our series of Acrobat X Pro tutorials, we demonstrate how to convert documents to PDF, apply OCR (Optical Character Recognition), and make basic changes by adding, removing, and […]

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