Mandatory eCourt in Oregon is just around the corner. By court rule, all documents submitted through the eFiling system must be in PDF or PDF/A format and practitioners need to get up to speed now.
How can you become a power user of Acrobat, the powerful PDF authoring software? By connecting to resources like the Adobe Acrobat Users Community and Acrolaw, the Acrobat for Legal Professionals blog. Consider the usefulness of these shares and posts:
- Bates Numbering in Acrobat [five posts]
- Redaction in Acrobat [nine posts]
- Electronic Discovery Using PDF Portfolios [two posts]
- How to edit the same word across multiple PDFs
- How to Erase and Clean-up a Scanned PDF in Acrobat XI
- Speed up PDF Search with an Embedded Index
- How do I sign a PDF?
- How to send large files using Acrobat XI [tutorial]
- How to audit and optimize a PDF file [infographic]
Subscribing to Acrolaw Posts
To follow the posts on Acrolaw [Acrobat for Legal Professionals] visit the home page, scroll down, and in the right navigation pane, choose the ACROLAW RSS FEED or under the BLOGROLL heading, select the third option “Sign up to get my Blog via email.” Under BLOGROLL you can also follow the author, Rick Borstein, on Twitter or link to his training movies.
Accessing the Acrobat Users Community
Anyone can access the Adobe Acrobat Users Community. Visit the Web page for tutorials, quick tips, resources, and to submit questions. If you prefer, the users community is active in social media. Consider following the community on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Google+, or LinkedIn. You can also sign up for the AUC [Adobe Acrobat Users Community] Newsletter.
Buying Acrobat at a Discount
If you don’t already own Acrobat XI Pro – the latest version with all the bells and whistles – Adobe is offering a special deal through December 3: $14.99 per month if you commit for a year; $29.99 per month if you don’t. [$29.99 per month is the regular rate.] Read more about Acrobat XI Pro here.
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