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Adobe Acrobat Tech Tip — Inserting Scanned Signature Page(s) into an Agreement — a Low-Tech eSignatures Regime

Posted in Acrobat, Electronic Information Management (EIM), eSignatures, Tuesday Tech Tips
Of course, if you can implement a more high tech eSignatures regime, do so.  For examples of available platforms, see the “Vendors” links in my eSignatures Bibliography. In any event, here is a lower tech method  . . .   STEP ONE If the final content of the agreement is available in Word format, convert the… Continue Reading

PowerPoint Handouts Not Needing a Magnifying Glass — Tuesday Tech Tip # 002

Posted in Tuesday Tech Tips
Over the past dozen years, having done almost 400 presentations  (almost 500 including eDiscovery law school class sessions) within my firm and out in the world I have learned a number of tricks of the trade. Though generally I am function paperlessly, a reality is that many an attendee still likes a hardcopy slides handout on which he/she can… Continue Reading

Two Defaults to Change in MS Word — Tuesday Tech Tip # 001

Posted in Microsoft Word, Tuesday Tech Tips
First in a Weekly Series of Tuesday Tech Tips Each week, ITLawToday will bring you a “techology tip.”  Welcome to the inaugural Tuesday Tech Tip.  Some will focus on legal compliance. Others will focus on the nitty-gritty of day-today workflow and information-management. As we say in California, “Enjoy.”  As they say in my hometown NYC,… Continue Reading