By Nerino Petro at 27 July, 2007, 3:29 pm
Adobe Acrobat 8 Professional is one of the essential tools that every lawyer should have. It makes no difference whether you have a transactional, criminal, family law or other practice, Acrobat 8 Professional will be helpful to you in any practice setting. The key is learning how to use this software to its best effect in your practice.
I strongly recommend that if you’re using Adobe Acrobat or are thinking about it, you should bookmark or subscribe to Rick Borstein’s Acrobat for Legal Professionals blog. In his latest post, he provides the written materials from his recent Web seminar Thirty Dirty Tricks for Acrobat 8 .
Rick provides a number of quick and relatively straightforward tips, one of which, Changing Text in the Text Box, will save you quite a bit of time and frustration. Here’s what Rick had to say on that topic:
Other tips include better conversion of PowerPoint presentations to PDF, using dynamic stamps and much more. So save yourself some time, grief and aggravation and download Rick’s paper for yourself.