The Best Chrome Extensions to View, Edit and Save PDF Files Online
Chrome offers various extensions that simplify dealing with PDF documents. These tools directly add PDF documents to the Cloud and use GViewer to display PDF forms so that you don’t have to download and view them. Other extensions allow you to save a webpage in PDF format after editing, while a third category of extensions allows direct online PDF form filling. This is much more convenient in comparison to filling a PDF form offline.
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Harvest–Tips and Tricks
We know you aren’t tracking time for the fun of it. You want critical insight into your projects and the ability to invoice your clients. That’s why Harvest makes it easy to pull the time you track into professional online invoices. But when it comes to invoicing, time is only half the equation. You also need the ability to invoice for any expenses you incur.
Harvest–Tips and Tricks
Resize Active Screens
The key combination I use the most is the Window Logo and the arrow keys. It will automatically resize the active screen. For instance, if I press Logo + right arrow, it will place the screen on the right and be half of the screen. This came in handy for users who happen to have two monitors and want to automatically resize the window without having to use the arrows. It really is quite fun - beats trying to find the edge and drag to fit.
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.
Everything You Want to Know about iCloud Account, Backup and its Storage Management
If you have been using Apple Products, you already know what iCloud is and how it works. This guide is for those users who are switching from Windows or Linux or Mac OS X, or those who are switching to iPhone or iPad.
How to Sign a Document on iPhones or iPads or Edit PDF
Lost and Stolen Data and the Recovery Tips
Microsoft Word Tools to Utilize as a Lawyer
There are multiple tools that are beneficial to use as a lawyer. One of the most common and easily accessible tools is Microsoft Word. We’re going to dive into a few of the best functions and options you can utilize as a lawyer within Microsoft Word.
Comparing Two Documents
If you need to compare two documents to find the difference between them, good news for you. Microsoft Word has an option for that! You can use the legal blackline feature to compare documents and see the difference between two documents immediately. You can find this under the “Review” tab.
Learn Shortcut Keys
For lawyers, every minute counts. You can save a lot of time by using shortcut keys in Microsoft Word. Here are a few of the most commonly using shortcuts:
Ctrl + X : Cut
Ctrl + C : Copy
Ctrl + V : Paste
Ctrl + Shift + V : Paste unformatted
Ctrl + Z : Undo
Ctrl + Y : Redo
Ctrl + S : Save
One of the most popular features in Microsoft Word is using a template. Using templates will make it easier for you to precisely create legal documents. Some lawyers depend on copy and pasting document information, however that can lead to errors and confidentiality breaches if you recklessly fail to remove a previous client’s data. This is why templates are a good choice for legal document automation.
If you’re working with multiple associates, using Microsoft Word templates will ensure consistency of style from one colleague to another. By having one template for all attorneys in your office, you keep your branding message consistent and professional. Also, use Microsoft Word system fonts so that there is consistency in all of your documents no matter where it is opened. Having a specific font helps your branding and limits mistakes from happening. These are a few examples of tools you can utilize as a paralegal through Microsoft Word.
Migrating Document Management to the Cloud