Monday, January 12, 2009

Adobe Presenting Online Seminars To Lawyers

Adobe Corporation is continuing its drive to bring Acrobat into the law office with a series of online seminars for lawyers. Here's the details.


Acrobat 9 for Legal Professionals: Save Time, Meet Deadlines

January 15, 2009 -- Online - 1PM-2PM ET

Dive into Adobe® Acrobat® 9 Pro Extended software and learn how to share and manage your legal documents more securely. See how to create forms and PDF Portfolios and use legal specific features such as Bates Numbering and Redaction.



Legal Redaction and Metadata Removal using Adobe Acrobat 9

February 12, 2009 -- Online - 1PM-2PM ET

Ethics rules require law firms to zealously protect the confidentiality of client documents. Firms must guard against the accidental release of sensitive information in document metadata. In discovery, sensitive information must be securely and permanently removed via Redaction. Discover how to use Adobe Acrobat 9 Pro to ensure that your documents are safe to send or share.



Creating and Working with PDF Forms for the Legal Market

February 19, 2009 -- Online - 1PM-2PM ET

This educational eSeminar will illustrate best practices for creating and using PDF Forms in the legal market. Learn how to enhance legal workflows using Adobe® Acrobat® 9 Pro by creating forms that can be filled in using the free Adobe Reader.



Creating Electronic Closing Binders using Adobe Acrobat 9

February 26, 2009 -- Online - 1PM-2PM ET

Learn how to enhance legal workflows by using Adobe® Acrobat® 9 Pro software to efficiently distribute PDF closing binders to clients. This eSeminar will show you how easy it is to create and send a single PDF Portfolio containing many types of documents, add sortable information so clients can work with multiple documents as a set, and present a branded experience by including your firm’s logo and colors.


For more information, or to sign up, click here.


Please be sure to visit www.hardinglaw.com, the website for the law firm of Harding & Associates, for more information on California family law.

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