Now that we’re in the age of digitized documents, you’ve probably gotten one of those CDs, DVDs, or USB drives containing what would otherwise be reams upon reams of paper. While the digital versions certainly take up less space in your office, there’s no obvious physical structure to what’s been produced. And if you’ve gotten

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One of the things I’m on a rant about these days is loooooong documents.  Complicated documents, like 20+ page contracts and appellate briefs and stuff like that. Why?  Because they always seem to need special stuf inserted in them.  Like custom headers and footers.  And level-1 and level-2 and level-out-the-wazoo headings.  It’s enough to make your

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A Legal Office Guru reader wondered how to print a document excerpt without having to figure out which page numbers to print. Reader Question [M]y project involves producing an employee handbook and policy and procedure manual …. [One] challenge I have with it is to be able to print just sections of the document without

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