Thursday, 12 February 2009

Word tutorials for legal writing

Technolawyer received a query from a legal writing professor who is trying to make the switch from WordPerfect to MS Word and would like some tips. Technolawyer suggests looking at a helpful site set up by a lawyer in Wisconsin that kindly provides an updated version of Microsoft's Legal Users' Guide to Word. The guide is focused on giving legal professionals step by step instructions for becoming adept at creating legal documents using all the functionality in Word 97-2003; most of the tips apply to Word 2007 too.

1 comment:

aglu said...

Microsoft's Legal Users' Guide to Word - the useful soft.
http://law-us.blogspot.com/