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Productivity Software for Lawyers

The purpose of this guide is to highlight tools and techniques available in common productivity software that you may not have had reason to use before, but that can be especially useful to lawyers and legal professionals.

Texts, Tutorials, and Blogs

This guide will link to some tutorials for the major tools that are useful to lawyers, but if you want a more complete guide to using productivity software to the fullest, there are books that cover all these tools and more in much more detail.  All of them are focused on how lawyers can use these products to their advantage.

The lawyer's guide to Microsoft Word 2013
LAW STACKS 2nd floor  KF 322.5 .M53 S36 2015

The lawyer's guide to Microsoft Outlook 2013
LAW STACKS 2nd floor  KF 320 .A9 S366 2013

The lawyer's guide to Microsoft Excel 2007
LAW STACKS 2nd floor  KF 320 .A2 T74 2009

Legal Drafting with Microsoft Word 2007/2010: The Basics
LAW STACKS 2nd floor  KF 322.5 .M53 H465 2013

Microsoft Word 2007/2010: Advanced Techniques 
LAW STACKS 2nd floor  KF 322.5 .M53 H466 2013

Adobe Acrobat in One Hour for Lawyers (Acrobat 10-11)
LAW STACKS 2nd floor  KF 320 .A9 S8994 2013

The Lawyer's Guide to Adobe Acrobat (Acrobat 8)
LAW STACKS 2nd floor  KF 320 .A9 M367 2008

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