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  • Friday, July 16, 2021 8:30 AM | Anonymous

     How to Sign a Document on iPhones or iPads or Edit PDF

    You have received an email that includes a document that you have to sign, and you don’t have access to a computer or you are on the move. How will you sign it if there urgency? It’s quick and easy, and will take just a couple of minutes of your time. Let’s learn how to do this.

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  • Wednesday, July 14, 2021 8:30 AM | Anonymous
     Electronic Discovery – E-mail Chain aka String aka Thread

    There are many terms that we use when working with electronic discovery. This term relates to the e-mail data. A conversation that takes place within an e-mail application is referred to as an “e-mail chain” or an “e-mail string” or an “e-mail thread”.

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  • Monday, July 12, 2021 8:30 AM | Anonymous

     Google Apps & G Suite for Lawyers

    Completing client work and leading your small law firm remotely requires an easy-to-use, cloud-based platform that enables your team to access their work from anywhere. This is where Google apps and G Suite come in.

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  • Friday, July 09, 2021 8:30 AM | Anonymous
     Excel: Work with Macros
    You want to automate a repetitive task in Excel so that you can do the task again with a single click. The best way to do that? Record a macro. And the macro recorder is the easiest way to create a new macro in Excel.

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  • Wednesday, July 07, 2021 8:30 AM | Anonymous
     Clio Law Practice Management Software

    Clio is probably the most popular cloud-based practice management software. As good as Clio already is, it keeps getting better. The web and mobile apps are beautiful and a pleasure to use, while Clio’s long list of integrations means you can use it with a lot of the other software you may already be using in your law practice (like Dropbox, QuickBooks Online, Xero, and Google Apps, to name just a few). Here is what you need to know about Clio, from signing up to backing up your data

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  • Monday, July 05, 2021 8:30 AM | Anonymous

     Review of MetaJure Document Management System (2014)

    MetaJure is an innovative way to share and search for documents. It allows its users to save documents without learning a new structure. How? MetaJure crawls throughout the folder tree, either on a local PC or a network share, looking for documents to index.

    These results then become public to those who have been granted the permission to view them within the firm’s network. This eliminates the need for manual profiling, data conversions, or migrations during a new install.

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  • Friday, July 02, 2021 8:30 AM | Anonymous

     ILTA Tip of the Week - Nuance PowerPDF - Printing Bookmarks

    Here is how to print the Bookmark Pane:

    Once the list of bookmarks is created; you create a “table of contents”. I guess for lack of another term they used that–it IS a TOC, but created from your list of bookmarks. You can even choose to put the TOC after page 1; or put it at the end of the document, and print that one page, and then delete it after saving that one page as a separate document–or however you want to treat it.

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  • Wednesday, June 30, 2021 8:30 AM | Anonymous

     Why Lawyers Need Data Security

    Obviously, no professional wants unauthorized third-parties to access their data. It doesn’t really matter what sort of business they’re in. Nor, do they want to inexplicably lose important business information. But, for lawyers, this isn’t just good business practice, generally the relevant rules of professional conduct require it. Put simply, it’s an ethical obligation.

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  • Monday, June 28, 2021 8:30 AM | Anonymous
     How to Import Your Facebook Contacts In to Gmail
    Friends to Gmail (directory app) is a web application that you can use to convert your Facebook friends list into a nice, Gmail-compatible CSV file. Once created, you can import this file right into Gmail and all of your friends’ information, like names, locations, birthdays, bios, work history, and hometowns, will be added to your contacts for you. The app asks for permissions to retrieve this type of information from your Facebook account, but since all of the work is done within the browser, Friends to Gmail’s servers never actually “download” anything, which should alleviate any privacy concerns you may have about the app.

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  • Friday, June 25, 2021 8:30 AM | Anonymous

     Remote Work & Virtual Law Firms

    Is your team set up to go and stay remote? Do you know what you need to do to make sure that you have the right tools, processes, and people to run a thriving remote law firm? The good news is that you probably already have some of the things you’ll need to transition to a virtual law firm and that you can adapt to this method as many other lawyers already have. Your firm has the potential to function very well with the right tech, the right people, and the right policies and processes.

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