Category «Adobe Acrobat»

Burney’s Gadgets for Legal Pros – Reviews: Dragon Speaking Naturally 9 and Adobe Acrobat 8

Brett Burney reviews the improvements in voice-recognition software and recommends that attorneys consider the software as a complementary application to their current choices. In addition, he offers an overview of the new features in the latest version of Acrobat.

Subjects: Adobe Acrobat, Burney's Legal Tech Reviews, E-Discovery, Information Management, Legal Technology, Litigation Support

Faulkner’s Practical Web Strategies for Attorneys – Maximize Your Browsing Experience: Toolbars, Bookmarklets, and Extensions

Frederick L. Faulkner IV recommends a range of applications, easy to install and use, that extend the versatility and enhance the value of your browsing experience as you search the web throughout the course of the day.

Subjects: Adobe Acrobat, Internet Resources, Search Engines, Search Strategies, Web Utilities

Burney’s Legal Tech Reviews – Software Rundown: Adobe Acrobat 7.0; ZoneAlarm Security Suite 5.5; Diskeeper 9 and Norton SystemWorks 2005

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Brett Burney is the Legal Technology Support Coordinator at Thompson Hine in Cleveland, Ohio. He regularly reviews products for Law.com’s Automated Lawyer and Law Office Computing Magazine. Feel free to e-mail Brett with your legal technology questions .

Subjects: Adobe Acrobat, Burney's Legal Tech Reviews, Viruses & Hoaxes, Web Utilities

Features – Adobe Acrobat For Lawyers

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By Ernest Svenson

Ernest Svenson was born in New Orleans, but spent four years attending high school in the Republic of Panama. He returned to New Orleans in 1977 to attend Tulane University, where he received a B.A. in Philosophy in 1980. He entered Loyola Law School in 1982, and was graduated cum laude. He was a teaching assistant for several professors, a member of the National Moot Court team, a member of the Law Review editorial board, as well as participant in the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program. After graduation, Ernest spent two years clerking for the Honorable Adrian G. Duplantier in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana, where he learned the intricacies of federal procedure. He also learned the proper method of preparing blackened redfish.

Subjects: Adobe Acrobat, Features

Burney's Legal Tech Reviews – How to Install Norton SystemWorks; Hub-ba Hub-ba for a USB Hub; An Acrobat-ic Correction; and A Sp

Brett Burney is the Legal Technology Support Coordinator at Thompson Hine in Cleveland, Ohio. He regularly reviews products for Law.com’s Automated Lawyer and Law Office Computing Magazine. Feel free to e-mail Brett with your legal-technology questions at [email protected].

Subjects: Adobe Acrobat, Burney's Legal Tech Reviews, Computer Hardware, Product Reviews, Utilities (Software), Web Utilities

Burney's Legal Tech Reviews: Helpful Handsprings and Agile Acrobats

Brett Burney is the Legal Technology Support Coordinator at Thompson Hine in Cleveland, Ohio. He regularly reviews products for Law.com’s Automated Lawyer and Law Office Computing Magazine. Feel free to e-mail Brett with your legal-technology questions at [email protected].

Subjects: Adobe Acrobat, Burney's Legal Tech Reviews, Gadgets/Gizmos, Legal Technology, Product Reviews, Utilities (Software)

Notes from the Technology Trenches – Adding Value with Adobe Acrobat4.0; Tracking a Dot-Com's Potential Demise

Roger Skalbeck is the Technology Services Librarian and Webmaster at George Mason University School of Law in Virginia, and he is a web committee member for the Law Librarians’ Society of Washington, D.C. Opinions expressed in this column do not necessarily reflect those of his employer or any other organization. This column, of course, is 100% free of any legal advice.

Subjects: Adobe Acrobat, Notes from the Technology Trenches, Product Reviews, Technology Trends, Web Utilities
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