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Formatting Legal Documents With Microsoft Word 2010 Paperback – May 31, 2010
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I found this book in ordered it, and I find it to be very helpful. It is somewhat difficult to read because I do not think it is laid out very well, and it certainly is not going to win any design awards, but the information in it is well worth the purchase price, especially if you are new to Word. Since it targets the legal profession, if you are in a law office this is an essential resource.
I highly recommend this book to anyone who is switching over from WordPerfect to Word. It will make the transition easier.
I had to republish the book because of a change in Amazon's distribution rules. I've made only a few substantive changes, all of them fairly minor. Indeed, the most notable difference is cosmetic: I jazzed up the cover a bit.
Unfortunately, Amazon has indicated that it can't port the existing reviews to the new page.
In any case, many thanks to all of you who have purchased -- or intend to purchase -- copies of the book. Thanks, as well, to the people -- all total strangers -- who wrote such glowing reviews. Your support means a great deal to me.
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I find "Formatting Legal Documents with Microsoft Word 2010" very useful for word 2007 users, and word 2007 users working their way towards upgrading to 2010, on those topics that are more relevant for producing advanced and complex documents. Particularly, it is especially useful to those that have to deal with designing and writing legal documents, although I find the book beneficial to any person that seeks to learn or improve mastering of word advance topics in general.
I found the book very articulate and clear in explaining difficult points and attribute this feature to the author's extensive personal practical experience on the subject matter as well as to her dedicated teaching experience on the same subject.
Every Word user should be required to read this from cover to cover. Jan has done a remarkable job detailing all the rich features of this program. From the many "Creating" ideas to the troubleshooting tips chapter, the reader is guided through processes that may seem difficult but are made easy by the well-written topics. This book is not only for law offices. Every Word user can benefit. Styles, Themes, Table of Contents, and many other features are made easy by following the examples.
If you use Word, you need this book. Don't even think about buying it later. Click the Add to Cart button now. You will begin a journey that will make you a great processor of words using Microsoft Word.