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Acrobat Tips and Tricks For Lawyers

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In this edition of The Digital Edge podcast, Ernie Svenson (popularly known as "Ernie the Attorney") joins hosts Sharon Nelson and Jim Calloway to discuss his recently published ABA book Adobe Acrobat in One Hour for Lawyers and share all the features that Acrobat offers in addition to simply viewing PDFs.

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Can PDFs Be Dangerous?

After Word documents, PDFs may be the most commonly exchanged file types for lawyers.  We use PDFs for letters, contracts, briefs, forms and bills.  But can those PDFs we download or receive so often harbor hidden dangers? The short answer is yes, as How-To Geek explores in a recent HTG Explains article: Why Does Chrome Say PDF Files Can Harm Your ...

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Quick Tip: E-Signatures Made Easy

Paperless is a big deal for lawyers today.  Properly implemented, a paperless office can save time, money, and a lot of headaches.  But paperless processes tend to breakdown when it comes time to apply the signature.  Suddenly, the document you’ve created, edited, shared and stored electronically has to be printed out just so you or your client can affix a ...

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