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How Can I Learn More About Using Adobe Acrobat in the Legal Profession?

Rick Borstein at Adobe, who writes the very informative and useful Acrobat for Legal Professionals blog, let me know about the Adobe Acrobat Legal Forum – St. Louis hosted by ILTA and Adobe Systems on January 25.
The agenda includes:

Leverage Acrobat and PDF for eFiling, Archiving, eBriefs, Accessibility and Security.
Create PDF Files from Office Applications such as Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and Internet Explorer.
Assemble an eBrief in Acrobat including Citings and Hyperlinks.
Convert Microsoft Outlook eMail Folders to PDF.
Roundtrip Comments from Acrobat to MS Word.
Discover New Acrobat and Adobe PDF Trends in Legal Services.

To get more information and register online, go to http://www.regonline.com/87961. Registered!
[Originally posted on DennisKennedy.Blog (http://www.denniskennedy.com/blog/)]
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One Response to “How Can I Learn More About Using Adobe Acrobat in the Legal Profession?”

  1. FYI. The link to the Adobe blog is broken.
    Thanks. Fixed it. – Dennis

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