Pleading Workshop Outline
- Setup Law Office and Attorney Information
- Create Master Captions
- Caption Tools
- Create a Pleading
- Using the CalPleadings Formatting Toolbar
- Body text
- Quotes and Footnotes
- Paragraph alignment
- Discovery Phrases
- – Interrogatory selections
- – Updating number sequences
- Marking Citations
- Generate Table of Authorities
- Generate Table of Contents
- Moving around in a document
- Simple editing
- Check Spelling and Grammar
- Paragraph Format and Styles
- Section Format, headers & footers, section breaks, page numbering
- Paragraph and Outline Numbering
- Tables, sorting, formulas, borders and shading
- Mail Merge, form letters, envelopes and labels
- Cross-Reference, bookmarks, hyperlinks
- Table of Contents, Table of Authorities, Indexes
- Graphics, drawing, creating brochures and newsletters
- Creating custom forms and templates
- Customize Word with your own toolbars, shortcut keys
- Creating macros and using Visual Basic
- Email messages – finding and sorting messages, auto-reply, rules to manage incoming email
- Create folders to organize messages & other Outlook items
- Flag any item for follow-up reminders
- Link any Outlook item to another Outlook item, or to any file on your computer or network
- Create distribution lists to send e-mail messages to multiple recipients
- Create Public Folders for project teams, departments or an entire organization: Calendar, Contacts, Messages, Tasks
- Set permissions to Public folders for appropriate levels of access (view only, add/modify/delete items)
- Create custom templates for routine interoffice tasks, such as “Check Request” or “Out Of Office Notification”.
- Design custom forms with special fields, tailored to a special project, or a particular department
Sample Microsoft Word Course Outline
Intermediate & Advanced Features
Sample Microsoft Outlook Course Outline
Tips & Tricks for every Outlook user
Intermediate and Advanced Features
Word Training for WordPerfect Veterans
Can’t live without “Reveal Codes”?
– Yes, there is a command in Microsoft Word that displays behind-the-scenes format.
Many commands in WordPerfect and Microsoft Word are the same.
– Focus on features that are designed differently in Microsoft Word and how to use them efficiently.
Do you often use shortcut keys or function keys?
– Yes, the same shortcuts exist in Microsoft Word – your fingers just have to learn new keyboard shortcuts!
How to make a “converted” WordPerfect document really perfect in Microsoft Word.
– Learn why sections breaks are inserted into a converted document, why printing results in Microsoft Word are sometimes very different than in WordPerfect.