The Lawyer’s Guide to Adobe Acrobat 8.0

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Adobe PDF lets legal professionals capture and view information—from any application, on any computer system— and share it with anyone around the world. Whether transactional or litigation oriented, this book will help any law practice run smarter by showing how lawyers can use the latest version of Acrobat to work with digital documents.

2 thoughts on “The Lawyer’s Guide to Adobe Acrobat 8.0

  1. Andrew Z. Adkins III
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    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
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    Two words – WOW and Revealing, November 18, 2008
    By 
    Andrew Z. Adkins III (Gainesville, FL USA) –
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    This review is from: The Lawyer’s Guide to Adobe Acrobat 8.0 (Paperback)

    David Masters has created a work of art in his book, “The Lawyer’s Guide to Adobe Acrobat,” published by the American Bar Association Law Practice Management Section. I thought the first two editions were great, but this third edition goes above and beyond.

    While David Masters is a practicing lawyer in Colorado specializing in Real Estate and Business matters, he’s much more than that. David has written tons of articles and made dozens of presentations regarding how lawyers can use technology in their everyday practice. His unique ability to recognize the needs of lawyers and convey useful technology techniques is uncanny.

    As lawyers are beginning to go with less paper (I don’t think there will ever be a true paperless law firm during my life time), they are looking to adapt technology to meet those needs. Adobe provides a powerful tool to create and format almost any type of document. But it’s more than creating a PDF, and David shows the user, whether novice or more advanced, just how powerful and easy Adobe Acrobat is to use.

    I highly recommend this book to all lawyers. Almost every lawyer I know reads PDFs, many create PDFs, but this book is the key to unlocking the true power of Adobe Acrobat for lawyers. Included are how tos for digital signatures, OCRing, commenting, and security. A must read for the legal profession.

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  2. Prattle On, Boyo
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    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
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    Overpriced Common Sense, October 1, 2009
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    Prattle On, Boyo (Ultima Thule) –

    This review is from: The Lawyer’s Guide to Adobe Acrobat 8.0 (Paperback)

    Attorneys have to be the only group on the planet that will spend $50.00 and above for the privilege of reading what another attorney has written, even if it is common sense. As a side note, they are also one of the only groups that will act as if you have just shown them fire for the first time after you educate them as to how to bold text in word processing software, but I digress.

    Having said that, this book written by an attorney for attorneys is heavy on the price tag and light on the fundamental notables such as security. Do not waste your money or stretch your budget by purchasing this title because it is not worth it. If you must read it, then get it at the library like I did.

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