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ThinkDOCS 2.0 document assembly and automation software blends into existing word processing programs, helping lawyers create and edit client documents. Its "LiveData" feature automatically notifies staff of changes to client information and refreshes documents, without regeneration or using search and replace functions. From DataTech Software Inc.

Reader Response no. 256.

IManage Inc. reports that its iManage WorkSite application suite integrates with Lexmark International Inc.'s Document Distributor application.

Hardcopy documents are converted to digital formats and merged with existing documents, images, spreadsheets or project plans in a digital repository.

Reader Response no. 257.

Document Automation Developers L.L.C. has released its new iMHot LEXIS-NEXIS HotDocs COM Integration Add-In for iManage WorkSite. The module provides an integration capability between these two document assembly and content management products.

Reader Response no. 258.

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