I listened to a great webinar the other day and almost forgot to share the quite useful materials with you. Adobe’s Rick Borstein and Tim Huff did 30 Dirty Tips for Acrobat 8 and I certainly learned some new tips.  If you have Adobe Acrobat 7 or 8, this is worth your time. As regular readers of my blog know, I have now come to the conclusion that Adobe Acrobat 8 Professional is a "must have" tool for the modern law office. Here’s Rick’s blog post with the link to download their materials, in PDF format, of course. The file is pretty big  (1.83 MB) and so I’d suggest that when you get to the blog post you use "Right click- Save target as .. " rather than opening in a browser window.

Unfortunately, I was not able to be one of the 337 people who listened to the Creating Acrobat Forms for Legal Professionals seminar by Rick Borstein and Mark Middleton a few days ago. But you can go here to download the seminar materials, links to lots of good information on the topic and some samples. In particular, the sample document with buttons, checkboxes, radio buttons and electronic signature fields is interesting. Gee, Rick, I wish I already knew how to do all of that.