CHICAGO, Nov. 6, 2017 — 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.
The American Bar Association’s latest book, “The Ultimate Guide to Adobe® Acrobat® DC”, provides step-by-step instructions and screenshots showing how to use Acrobat, from its most common tools to its most advanced features. The book, written by authors
Daniel J. Siegel and Pamela A. Myers, will introduce you to the product’s many benefits, including:
- Sharing PDF files
- Sending PDF files electronically
- Redacting and Bates numbering documents
- Allowing users who have only the free Adobe Reader program to add comments and suggest revisions to documents
- Reducing the risk of malpractice claims
- Inserting notes and comments
- Storing e-mail
- Securing documents of all types to prevent the disclosure of confidential information
- Improving workflow
- Increasing productivity
- Reducing the use of paper
- Improving client results
The most comprehensive guide available, “The Ultimate Guide to Adobe® Acrobat® DC” discusses and demonstrates the features that law offices and businesses use, and explains what the features are, why they are important and how to use them.
About the authors: A practicing attorney, Siegel is principal of the Law Offices of Daniel J. Siegel LLC and focuses his practice on trial and appellate court writing. He also handles workers’ compensation matters and serves as a “second chair” for attorneys – working on the matters that keep them up at night. He is also a full-time technology consultant as founder and president of Integrated Technology Services LLC. He has authored other books, including “Android Apps in One Hour for Lawyers,” “Checklists for Lawyers” and “How to Do More in Less Time.” Myers is the office manager, paralegal and client liaison for the Law Offices of Daniel J. Siegel, LLC in suburban Philadelphia. She co-authored the ABA-published book, “Checklists for Lawyers” with attorney Molly Gilligan. Myers has worked as a paralegal since 1996, representing both plaintiffs and defendants.
Title: “The Ultimate Guide to Adobe® Acrobat® DC”
Publisher: American Bar Association/Law Practice Division
Product Code: 5110815
Size: 7 X 10
Orders: 800-285-221 or ShopABA.org
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