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December 2000
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State Specific: Advanced Logic Systems has expanded its Document Production System to provide state-specific legal documents for all 50 states plus Washington, D.C. All documents are prepared according to the laws of that state, the company says. State specific documents made available include those relating to estate planning, probate, corporations and limited liability companies.

Reader Response card no. 220.

Word Conversion: Iambic Reader Desktop Tools can convert Microsoft Word, text files and Web pages into a readable format for Palm OS devices, and then can synchronize them directly from the PC to the handheld device, says San Jose, Calif.'s iambic Software. The program also supports hyperlinks within and between documents, and can display HTML tables.

Reader Response card no. 221.

Store Documents: DocXnet 3.0 is Web-based document management software to store, view, retrieve and update documents.

It uses a Web browser (Netscape Navigator or Microsoft Internet Explorer) to access the documents, says Minolta Informations Systems Inc.

Reader Response card no. 222.

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