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BRAND NEW with Sealed CD: SHIPS FAST, 2 to 4 Business days Delivery from the business day you pay within Continental USA if you pay EXPEDITED SHIP OPTION. : Description: 848 ... Pages: Course Technology PTR; 1 edition (August 2, 2001) : This comprehensive guide won't waste your time with features irrelevant to the legal community. Microsoft Word 2002 software contains features that finally meet the requirements that law firms and legal departments have been asking about for years. And this book explains them all! It provides industry-specific information about Word 2002 to help you operate effectively and efficiently in your legal environment. Whether you are completely new to Word or simply updating to the newest version, this book will increas your productivity and guide you to making the most of this new software.About the Author : Payne Consulting Group provides expert training and development services and specializes in migrating law firms to Microsoft Office applications. The firm is a Microsoft Certified Solution Provider, and Donna Payne was a member of the Microsoft Legal Advisory Counsel. Read more Show Less

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This comprehensive guide won't waste your time with features irrelevant to the legal community. Microsoft Word 2002 software contains features that finally meet the requirements that law firms and legal departments have been asking about for years. And this book explains them all! It provides industry-specific information about Word 2002 to help you operate effectively and efficiently in your legal environment. Whether you are completely new to Word or simply updating to the newest version, this book will increas your productivity and guide you to making the most of this new software.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780761533948
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning
  • Publication date: 8/1/2002
  • Edition description: BK&CD-ROM
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 848
  • Product dimensions: 7.52 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.74 (d)

Meet the Author

Payne Consulting Group provides expert training and development services and specializes in migrating law firms to Microsoft Office applications. The firm is a Microsoft Certified Solution Provider, and Donna Payne was a member of the Microsoft Legal Advisory Counsel.

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Table of Contents

Introduction xxix
Chapter 1 In Brief: What's New 1
New Features in Word 2002 2
Improved in Word 2002 15
Chapter 2 Word 101 19
Starting Word 2002 20
The Word Application Window 21
Creating New Documents 22
Saving Documents 24
Closing Documents 26
Opening Existing Legal Documents 27
Using Word in a Document Management System Environment 29
Protecting Documents 42
Exiting Word 47
Summary 48
Troubleshooting Word Basics 48
Chapter 3 The Word Environment 49
Components of the Word Window 50
Changes to Single Document Interface 66
Views 67
Document Map 73
Zoom 74
Task Pane 75
File Properties 79
Word Help 82
Summary 85
Troubleshooting the Word Environment 85
Chapter 4 Building A Legal Document 87
Getting Around 88
Typing, Selecting, and Deleting Text 91
Moving Text 96
Office Clipboard 99
AutoCorrect Options 102
Summary 119
Troubleshooting Building a Legal Document 119
Chapter 5 Formatting Text 121
Formatting Toolbar 122
Fonts: True Type vs. Printer 126
Font Dialog Box 127
Legal Symbols 134
Nonbreaking Spaces and Hyphens 137
Format Painter 139
Reveal Formatting 140
Styles and Formatting 145
Summary 146
Troubleshooting Formatting Text 147
Chapter 6 Formatting A Paragraph 149
Paragraph Marks 150
Applying Paragraph Formatting 152
Formatting Toolbar 152
Paragraph Dialog Box 157
Spacing 166
Line and Page Breaks 170
Tabs 171
Click and Type 176
Reveal Formatting 178
Summary 179
Troubleshooting Paragraph Formatting 180
Chapter 7 Formatting a Document 181
Page Setup 182
Page Breaks 193
Sections and the Word Document 194
Using Headers and Footers 197
Print Preview 204
Printing the Document 207
Summary 210
Troubleshooting Formatting a Document 211
Chapter 8 Bullets and Numbering 213
Bullets 214
Basic Numbered Lists 225
Outline Numbering 233
List Styles 243
Summary 247
Troubleshooting Bullets and Numbering 247
Chapter 9 Styles 249
An Overview of Styles 250
Why Styles Are Vital to Law Firms 250
Types of Styles 252
Uncovering Existing Styles 252
Applying Styles 257
Reapplying a Style 265
Creating a Style of Your Won 265
Organizing Styles 272
Creating a Style Toolbar 276
List Styles 277
Table Styles 279
The Consequence of Not Using Styles 282
Summary 283
Troubleshooting Styles 283
Chapter 10 Templates 285
Templates Defined 286
Word's Built-In Templates 287
Types of Templates 291
Where Templates Live 297
Create Your Own Legal Template 299
How the Organizer Works with Templates 307
Sharing Templates with the Rest of Your Firm 308
Wizards 308
Summary 313
Troubleshooting Templates 314
Chapter 11 Using Word Tools in a Legal Environment 315
Find and Replace 316
Searching for Files 321
Spelling and Grammar 325
Language 334
Word Count 338
Speech Recognition 339
Handwriting Recognition 354
Summary 358
Troubleshooting Tools 358
Chapter 12 Using Tables in Legal Documents 361
Tables 101 362
Changing Table Structure 377
AutoFormat Tables 393
Setting Up a Default Table 395
Nested Tables 395
Table Math 397
Sorting in a Table 402
Creating Financial Tables 404
Summary 405
Troubleshooting Tables 405
Chapter 13 Legal Forms and Fields 407
Introduction to Forms 408
Form Design 410
Word Fields in Legal Documents 423
Summary 432
Troubleshooting Forms and Fields 433
Chapter 14 Agreements, Briefs, and Other Long Documents 435
Document Comments 436
Footnotes and Endnotes 446
Hyperlinks 453
Bookmarks 455
Cross References 456
Captions 457
Tables of Figures 459
Tables of Contents 460
Inner Paragraph Styles 467
Tables of Authorities 469
Index 472
Constructing Complex Documents from Scratch 476
Summary 480
Troubleshooting Long Documents 481
Chapter 15 Document Collaboration 483
Track Changes: An Overview 484
Comments 494
Compare and Merge 498
Sending Files for Review 505
Routing Files 507
Sharing Documents Externally 510
Master Documents 513
Summary 518
Troubleshooting Document Collaboration 518
Chapter 16 Mail Merge 521
Mail Merge Overview 522
More Things to Know about Mail Merge 555
Summary 558
Troubleshooting Mail Merge 558
Chapter 17 Graphically Speaking 561
Graphics Toolbars 562
Inserting Media 565
Objects 574
Borders and Shading 589
What Else Do I Need to Know about Graphics? 591
Summary 595
Troubleshooting Graphics 595
Chapter 18 Microsoft Office Integration: Tying It all Together 597
Microsoft Office Integration 598
E-Mailing Documents with Word and Outlook 599
Integrating Word and PowerPoint 604
Integrating Word and Excel 608
Integrating Word and Access 614
Integrating Word with the Web 615
Summary 621
Troubleshooting Office Integration 622
Chapter 19 Document Conversion 623
Conversion Overview 624
Round-Tripping Is a Bad Idea! 624
What You Can and Can't Convert 625
Doesn't Word Convert on the Fly? 636
The Right Way to Clean Up a Document 644
Third-Party Utilities 657
Scanning a Document 658
Summary 659
Troubleshooting Conversion 660
Chapter 20 Document Forensics 661
When Good Documents Go Bad 662
Identifying Corrupt Documents 665
Correcting Corrupt Documents 668
Detect And Repair 672
The Risk of Metadata 673
Viruses 678
More Useful Information 680
Application and Document Recovery 684
Summary 697
Troubleshooting Document Forensics 697
Chapter 21 Macros 699
An Overview of VBA 700
Running Macros 705
Visual Basic Editor 714
Macro Security 717
Common Legal Macros 718
How Automation Helps 720
Installing Word without VBA 720
Summary 723
Troubleshooting VBA 723
Appendix A Resources 725
Web Sites 726
Newsgroups 728
Training 728
Macros 731
Document Conversion 734
Magazines 734
Appendix B Available Settings in the Options Dialog Box 735
Appendix C Keyboard Shortcuts 747
Glossary 751
Index 76
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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 7, 2001

    From the Authors, Payne Consulting Group

    Word 2002 for Law Firms is a comprehensive `must have¿ for law firms, government agencies, and corporate counsel who wish to use Word successfully in a legal environment. The book was written by Payne Consulting Group who were members of the original Legal Advisory Council to Microsoft and who worked with the developers and product planners to help make Word 2002 a better fit for legal professionals. The inside cover of the book in fact includes a letter from Microsoft written specifically for this book. Since Word 2002 for Law Firms is a follow up to Payne¿s other books for the legal community, reader suggestions were incorporated into the book (with all new content). For example, the book includes a CD-ROM with exercise files and includes supplemental files not in the book such as a lengthy exercise on financial tables. This makes the book easier to use in a classroom setting. Other significant improvements include using Word with a document management system; a comprehensive review of each new and improved feature, and a chapter on document forensics that discusses why good documents go bad, how to fix them, and how to prevent it from happening in the first place. The chapter concludes with tips from experts both in and outside of Payne. The book includes 21 chapters and three appendices: Chapter 1: In Brief: What¿s New, Chapter 2: Word 101, Chapter 3: The Word Environment, Chapter 4: Building a Legal Document, Chapter 5: Formatting Text, Chapter 6: Formatting a Paragraph, Chapter 7: Formatting a Document, Chapter 8: Bullets and Numbering, Chapter 9: Styles, Chapter 10: Templates, Chapter 11: Using Tools in a Legal Environment, Chapter 12: Using Tables in Legal Documents, Chapter 13: Legal Forms and Fields, Chapter 14: Agreements, Briefs and Other Long Documents, Chapter 15: Document Collaboration, Chapter 16: Mail Merge, Chapter 17: Graphically Speaking, Chapter 18: Microsoft Office Integration: Tying it All Together, Chapter 19: Document Conversion, Chapter 20: Document Forensics, Chapter 21: Macros. The three appendices include: Resources, Available Settings in the Options Dialog Box, and Keyboard Shortcuts. Also included is a Glossary and Index. This book has been endorsed by Microsoft, other training companies, law firms and corporate counsel. Microsoft Word is used in law firms for legal briefs, templates, pleadings, and much more! Everything changes in this new release of Word so legal professionals will need a guide to stay current as this product advances. That is why every law office needs a copy of Word 2002 for Law Firms!

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