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Word 2013 Styles: What They Are and Why You Should Care
By Litera Microsystems on April 14, 2015

This is part of our continuing series on upgrading to Office 2013, and the new features and functions available in Word 2013. We also cover why you should consider upgrading and how...

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Word 2013 Options: The Backstage View
By Litera Microsystems on April 13, 2015

This is part of our continuing series on upgrading to Office 2013, and the new features and functions available in Word 2013. We also cover why you should consider upgrading and how...

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What Happened to My California Pleading Document?
By Litera Microsystems on April 13, 2015

This is part of our continuing series on upgrading to Office 2013, and the new features and functions available in Word 2013. We also cover why you should consider upgrading and how...

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Freemium and the Mobile Expansion
By Matt Miller on April 2, 2015

Last week Microsoft announced expanded global partnerships with Samsung, Dell, and 9 others to deliver Microsoft mobile productivity services. These hardware partners will pre-install...

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Don't Get PI In Your Face
By Mike Plumb on March 14, 2015

Have you ever awoken in a cold sweat, realizing that the document you sent to a client was bad? Can you PIcture this in your mind as you read? GrasPIng for the document as it travels to...

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DocXtools plus Good MS Word Training equals Document Success
By Mike Plumb on March 6, 2015

There are a number of articles floating around the internet extolling the need for legal Word training. One so aptly states that, “The ability to beat text into submission via formatting...

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Can computers practice law?
By Mike Plumb on February 19, 2015

As technology continues to accelerate in all businesses and professions, the craft of the profession changes. Pilots used to be “stick and rudder” men—now they are technology systems...

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