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Both Microsoft Word and Adobe Acrobat give you the ability to password protect your documents. However, unless you use a strong password, those documents are still easily cracked.
Following these five rules of Microsoft Word will save you time, frustration, and money.
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.
Microsoft Word's paragraph numbering feature can be daunting, even for experienced users. Here's how to use it successfully in your documents.
If you regularly have to produce legal briefs in Microsoft Word, you already know that one of the most painful tasks occurs at the end: compiling the Table of Authorities. Here's how to mark citations and insert a Table of Authorities in your next brief.
Here's how to lock down Microsoft Word formatting when you send out documents for group editing.
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 complexity of appellate briefing requirements can make your head spin even before you try to translate them into a Word document. This comprehensive guide to building an appellate brief in Word will get you started.