The book promises "everything you need to know". I wanted to know how to add line numbers to legal pleadings, to avoid the unusual MS Wizard which cannot print double spaced numbers at the left, and instead prints linenumbers corresponding to the text (e.g., single spaced numbers when text or even caption is single spaced). This book devotes 1.5 pages to telling us to use the wizard, cautions that it cannot print the industry standardized double spaced numbers, offers the absurd suggestion to double space all text to produce double spaced numbers, then suggests "many law firms use a text box" to avoid WORD's line numbering feature, refers the reader to Chapter 9, which informs the purchaser "pleading templates require complex formatting for...line numbering" and suggests borrowing a template from a lawfirm already using Word 97! Gee, that's why I spent $30.00 for the book. Other illustrations are similarly empty of real instructional content. I see the book as a rehash of a standard MS handbook that simply substitutes "legal" for "word processing" or "typing" in the content.