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6 Apr 2012, 2:03 pm by Accellis Technology Group
I’ve have friends call me all the time, inside and outside the legal industry, because I know a few things about computers. Regarding Microsoft Word, the number one complaint is always this: “Mike, every time I open up Word it’s set to Calibri, 11-pt. font, and is double spaced with 10-pt. after-spacing. How do I set it to something normal so that every time I open up a new document, I don’t have to waste my time trying to figure out how to fix it?” I’m glad you asked. When you open up… [read post]
28 Jun 2010, 7:30 am by beverlym
Jan Berinstein’s new book, Formatting Legal Documents with Microsoft Word 2010, is now available on Lulu and Amazon.  You may know Jan from her blog, CompuSavvy’s Word & WordPerfect Tips or her computer classes for the legal profession.  She is a well-respected Word and WordPerfect expert.  If you purchase Formatting Legal Documents with Microsoft Word 2010 [...] [read post]
4 Sep 2012, 7:12 am by Lucie Olejnikova
Are you in school and required to submit your papers and assignments anonymously? Regardless of which school you are attending, this post is for you! Pace Law Library is happy to share the newest addition to its collection of instructional videos titled Preparing Your Paper for Anonymous Submission Using Microsoft Word 2010. This two minute demo, produced by the Pace Law Library Associate Director Jack McNeill, takes you step by step through the process of how to remove identifying properties… [read post]
23 Oct 2012, 6:09 pm by Vivian Manning
Some time ago I put up a 13 part series on setting Word 2010 Options - working through all the various Word 2010 Options settings and describing what they did and whether it was (generally) best to work with certain settings 'on' or 'off'. I've had a couple of requests for a compilation of that series - more people are bemused and annoyed about various default Word 2010 settings than I thought!  So, I pulled the series together in a .PDF file and have uploaded it to the blog.  Please feel… [read post]
17 Sep 2012, 5:39 am by Vivian Manning
This is the 4th post in a series on using Document Deconstruction to prepare a precedent document for future use.  If you haven’t read the earlier posts, please click through to the below posts and review, before returning to this one.  Document De-Construction Magic - Attorney at Work Starting with Style – Document Deconstruction Document Deconstruction – Some Preliminary Style Housekeeping  Carrying on with the… [read post]
11 Oct 2010, 6:58 am by annalthouse@gmail.com (Ann Althouse)
1. "Witch! Whore!... Nazi!" How evil is it for a candidate to play the role of a Nazi in war reenactments? How evil is it for a journalist to write about that and bury — in the 13th paragraph — the news that the same man — Rich Iott —  has also done reenactment as a Civil War Union infantryman, a World War I doughboy and a World War II American infantryman and paratrooper? 2. It's sexist to worry about calling Meg Whitman a whore. If women are going to join men in politics, they… [read post]
10 Oct 2010, 9:48 am by annalthouse@gmail.com (Ann Althouse)
"The person who said that word is someone who can't be fired... Jerry's wife can't be fired" — according to an anonymous source. By the way, who cares if the word "whore" is used in private conversations to refer to politicians who sell themselves in one way or another? Virtually all politicians take money and much of that money is given by people that are hoping/expecting to get something. In that sense, they are all whores. It's unremarkable that rough language is used. So what's the problem… [read post]
13 May 2010, 1:38 pm by legalinformatics
Tânia C. D. Bueno, of instituto i3G, Dr. Hugo C. Hoeschl of Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina Programa de Pós-Graduação em Engenharia e Gestão do Conhecimento and instituto i3G, and César R. K. Stradiotto of instituto i3G, presented a paper entitled Ontojuris Project: A Multilingual Legal Document Search System Based on a Graphical Ontology Editor, at LIT 2010: The 3rd Workshop on Legal Informatics and Legal Information Technology, held 3 May 2010, in Berlin, Germany, in conjunction with… [read post]