Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Customizing Your Acrobat X Interface

If you are not using Acrobat in your practice, you should be. Bates numbering, document storage, indexing, searching, annotating, it does it all. If you are using Acrobat, but not reading Rick Borstein's Acrobat For Legal Professionals blog, you should be.

Rick's latest post provides step by step instructions on how to customize your Acrobat interface so that you have all of those frequently used tools conveniently available in icon form.

Please click here for the article.


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