Microsoft Word for Lawyers, Part 2

Microsoft Word dominates word processing in the legal profession – you simply cannot practice law without encountering it. And while many lawyers may think they have mastered this omnipresent tool, chances are good that you are underutilizing powerful commands to help you efficiently create attractive, properly formatted documents, and fix documents that have problems. Enhance your existing Microsoft Word skills in this 90- minute webinar with legal technology trainer Craig Brody. Using simple, real-time examples via screen-sharing, Craig will expand on some commands introduced in Part 1 and share new commands to help you streamline and protect your documents. You’ll learn more about styles and page numbers, plus you’ll learn how to create legal templates and table of contents, and how to insert tables of authorities and tables of figures. In addition, Craig will show you how to protect and inspect documents, and how to remove confidential information. Knowing how to use basic Microsoft Word commands only scratches the surface of this essential software. Don’t miss this opportunity to broaden your skills and make your documents and practice more professional. This webinar assumes basic familiarity with Microsoft Word. Registrants may find attendance at Microsoft Word for Lawyers, Part 1 helpful. Commands taught will apply to Microsoft Word versions 2010, 2013, 2016, and Microsoft 365. All registrants will receive a quick reference guide 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.