Adobe Acrobat Book

Jargon-Free Software Training for Lawyers & Paralegals – By Lawyers & Paralegals

Software trainers may know about the products they support, but they may not know what you do. Legal software is the perfect example. Trainers often know their products, but couldn’t explain the difference between a pleading, discovery, or a contract, let alone the nuances that are so critical to successful lawyering. We do, we are practicing lawyers and practicing paralegals, who not only speak the language of law, we use it every day. What we don’t use is techno-geek-babble and other terms that trainers often use to show off their product knowledge, while also displaying a disconnect between what they train and their clients. At Integrated Technology Services, LLC, we […]

Ultimate Guide to Adobe Acrobat DC Is Now Available!

The Ultimate Guide to Adobe Acrobat DC is now available on both the ABA bookstore as well as Amazon! With 285 screenshots and easy to understand, jargon-free, step-by-step instructions, Dan and I have written what we believe is the most comprehensive book available on the software. As PDFs have become the standard in the legal and business communities for creating, analyzing, storing, and exchanging digital documents, and for filing documents in courts with electronic filing systems, you need our tutorial! The book will introduce you to the product’s many benefits, including: Sharing PDF files Sending PDF files electronically Redacting and Bates numbering documents Allowing users with the free version of the […]

Coming Soon: The Ultimate Guide to Adobe Acrobat DC

Pamela Myers and Daniel Siegel’s new book, The Ultimate Guide to Adobe Acrobat DC, has gone into production. Published by the American Bar Association, the book is a comprehensive guide for anyone who uses the software. Every chapter contains step-by-step instructions and illustrations showing how to use the program so that users can quickly maximize the power of this software. The book, which contains nearly 300 screenshots, covers virtually every feature, including: Getting to Know the Acrobat Workspace Navigating PDF Documents Working with Toolbars and Task Panes Changing User Preferences Creating and Saving PDFs Converting Web Pages to PDF Creating PDFs from Microsoft Outlook Emails Saving/Exporting PDF Files to Other Formats Arranging and […]

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