Law Technology News
February 2000
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Pleading for Mac

Editor:

I'm wondering if you could find out: Has anyone produced a Mac-compatible pleading paper format? Microsoft's Word program allows numbering of lines, but won't handle single-spaced captions without messing up the lining.I don't want to to pay someone to custom-create a program for me. Thanks.

Frederick Hertz
Oakland, Calif.

Sam's the Man

Editor:

This is just a brief note to express my appreciation for Sam Guiberson's articles in Law Technology News.

When I perused the January issue and read "Now's the Time to Jump Aboard the Web," my reaction was a resounding "Amen," with renewed admiration for the insights and eloquence that I have come to expect in his columns.

I am president of a small, 10-year-old custom training and performance support firm in Indianapolis that serves a number of law firms. I have forwarded copies of his columns to a number of my clients.

Thanks for sharing his perspectives.

I have subscribed to Law Technology News for a number of years now. Originally, I found the publication primarily useful as a source of product announcements and frankly, most of the value to me came from digging through the advertisements.

Recently, I find your publication's format and the quality of the feature articles better and better. In addition to everything Guiberson writes, I really look forward to the "Second Opinions" and "Small & Home Office" features. We work with many small firms (three to 20 attorneys), and we typically give them a subscription card if they are not already receiving LTN.

Keep up the good work.

Rhonda I. Tamulonis,
President
MBR Consulting, Inc. (An Auctor Company)
Indianapolis

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