Advanced Microsoft Word for Litigators
You spend a lot of time in front of a computer, and if you’re not sending emails, you’re probably using Microsoft Word. And when it comes to court documents, it’s not just what the documents says that matters, but also how it looks, and whether it complies with the court’s formatting requirements. Don’t invite complaints with missing page numbers, margins that are too small, or a Table of Authorities in the wrong place! Let experienced technology trainer Craig Brody show you the right way to use Microsoft Word to format various documents used in litigation. Craig has more than twenty years’ experience teaching Word commands to law firms. In just 90 minutes, he’ll share essential and advanced functions that every litigator – especially small firm lawyers who don’t have the luxury of support staff – must know! You’ll learn how to effectively use Styles, Tables, Table of Contents, Table of Authorities and Page Numbering, and how to remove confidential information before saving as a PDF. Plus you’ll get shortcuts and other valuable timesavers. Sign up today and learn how to leverage the power of Microsoft Word to create professional and compliant litigation documents. This webinar assumes basic familiarity with Microsoft Word. Commands taught will apply to Microsoft Word versions 2010, 2013, 2016, and Office 365. Every attendee will receive a quick reference guide with electronic templates and practice exercises as part of the course materials.
Live webinar with chat includes 60 day replay. This program features real-time audio of the presenter with synchronized presentation slides, and a chat feature that allows for live Q & A.