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Adobe Acrobat(r) in One Hour for Lawyers Paperback – 7 Aug 2014
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About the Author
Ernie Svenson practiced commercial litigation for 26 years, first with a mid-sized New Orleans law firm, and then for six years as a solo practitioner. He's now a full-time speaker on tech-related topics. He started his first blog-ernietheattorney.net-in 2002. He lives in New Orleans, LA.
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Aside from Ernie's clear and non-technical instructions, the layout of the pages are great. Large headers, readable 12 point type, short paragraphs and generous margins for penciling in your own notes.
Aside from teaching basic tasks in Acrobat, he goes into the different versions, Standard and Pro and does advise Pro for redacting and Bates numbering, both common in legal work. There are many other products like Acrobat, but first read this book and you will have a good idea what will best work for you.
In the Appendix are recommendations for Acrobat Preferences and a table of shortcut keys and single key commands, and legal workflows.
The lessons don't stop here. If you go to his website paperlesschase.com, you can keep current on developments since this book was printed.
In short, this book is suited for legal and office work, and for anyone who would like to get started on the fundamentals of PDFs and Adobe Acrobat. If this is your focus, then "Adobe Acrobat in One Hour for Lawyers" will be the one for your reference shelf.