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Learning the basics of Microsoft Word Styles can make document editing easier, faster and more consistent. Here's a primer on this fundamental Word skill.
Writing for your audience means keeping your words simple and your sentences succinct. Use Microsoft Word's readability feature to help you make this happen.
Stop document reviewers from giving unwanted feedback. Here's how to restrict others' edits in Microsoft Word documents.
The busier your law practice, the more overwhelming your email inbox becomes. Here are three tools in Microsoft Outlook to help manage all those emails.
Deborah Savadra writes for Lawyerist as well as for her own blog, Legal Office Guru. She specializes in making Microsoft Office do what lawyers need it to do, and in today’s podcast she identifies the five things she thinks lawyers ought to know about Microsoft Office and explains why. But first, Sam and Aaron try to figure out to what lengths lawyers will go to avoid turning in their timesheets.
Office 2016 for Mac has been released for all Office 365 subscribers.
As useful as it is to learn new techniques for increasing your productivity like using tasks and categories to organize your matter workload or make delegating easier, sometimes it's the little things — features you might not even think to look for — that can make otherwise mundane tasks much easier.
Do you have a Home, University, or Personal subscription to Office 365? Well, bad news if you are using that software for your law practice.
I feel like we were originally told this would be Office 2015, but whatever. You can get a not-4-years-old-and-feels-15-years-old version of Office for Mac right here, right now!