Pleading Paper Course
If there's one plea I've gotten more than any other from readers, it's for help with Pleading Paper:
"My text never quite lines up exactly with the numbers on the pleading paper. What's the trick??"
"PLEASE work on the pleadings template! I'm sure I and many others would pay bonuses for your guidance."
"Pleading paper instructions would be fantastic! I mostly work in California state and federal courts, and ... while I'd love to be able to start [templates] from scratch I don't know how. Any help you could give would be terrific, thank you!!"
"I wish WORD was like WordPerfect in that we could just add the pleading format into the document after the document is completed. Anyway, if you could help me figure this out it would be great."
There's good news ... and better news
The good news is, I've heard your pleas and have put together a two-part tutorial, complete with video and text/screenshot instruction, on how to find, use, and modify pleading paper templates.
In the course, I not only show you the different types of pleading paper templates (there are two basic types that are very different from one another), but also how to work with them and even modify them to make them your own. I even show you the trick for keeping your text and the numbering in perfect sync!
Lesson #1 of the course even provides you with links to download the following templates (some of which are no longer available on Microsoft's site):
- 24-line template
- 25-line template
- 26-line template
- The old 28-line template
- The 2013 28-line template
- The 32-line template
This course is for those who want to learn how to use and, if necessary, modify the existing standard templates and for those who want to create their own for future use.
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