Microsoft Word for Lawyers
Teach lawyers specific ways to use Microsoft Word in legal practice.
Learn to get the most out of using Microsoft Word in legal practice. Using custom slides and screen sharing, Sean Dillman, B.A. (Hons.), J.D. provides step-by-step directions and walkthroughs to show lawyers how to overcome specific roadblocks that they routinely face when drafting documents including issues with margins, tabs, indentations, line spacing, paragraph spacing, font controls, styles, headings, lists, headers, footers, page numbering, sections breaks and links. The examples he uses are practice-inspired and feature real life precedents used by barristers and solicitors. No matter what version of Word you’re using and no matter your level of experience, you’ll learn something new from this innovative, hands-on session.
Learning Objectives: Teach lawyers specific ways to use Microsoft Word in legal practice to accomplish practical goals around distancing (margins, tabs & indentations, and line and paragraph spacing), look and navigation (font controls, styles, and headings), lists (bullets, numbered, and multilevel including paragraphs/lines), and pages, (headers, footers, page numbers, section breaks, and links).
Knowledge Level, Prerequisites, and Advanced Preparation: The target audience of this recorded CPD web series is the average lawyer with basic computer knowledge. There are no prerequisites, and no advanced preparation is needed. The course is designed for both Windows users and Mac users. Demonstrations are done on computers running Windows.