Do you know how to automate references so that they update as you add or remove sections, tables, and other elements? Are you aware of the better way to redline Word documents? Join legal technology consultant Barron Henley for tips on how to keep automatic paragraph numbering from getting off track, guidelines for how to automate cross-references, dos and don'ts for redlining documents, and strategies for preserving work product privilege. Register today!
Learn how to keep paragraph numbers properly indented, in sequence, and correctly spaced.
Create paragraph cross-references that automatically update as you revise the document.
Discover the best ways to track edits, saved versions, and more with proper redlining.
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This course is part of the Microsoft Word for Legal Professionals series.
Barron K Henley, Esq. is one of the founding partners of Affinity Consulting Group, a legal technology consulting firm focused on automating and streamlining law firms and legal departments. Mr. Henley is the primary author of Microsoft Word for Legal Professionals and has taught Word classes for lawyers and legal support staff for over 25 years. He earned his B.S./B.A. degree (marketing and economics) and his J.D. degree from The Ohio State University; and is a member of the American, Ohio State and Columbus bar associations; and the Worthington Estate Planning Council. He is a fellow of the College of Law Practice Management, a fellow of the American Bar Foundation, a member of Ohio Supreme Court Commission on Technology and the Courts, and a member of both the ABA Law Practice Management and the Real Property Trust and Estate Law ("RPTE") sections. He's also a former member of RPTE Futures Task Force, a former board member for the ABA TECHSHOW, and the former chair of the Ohio State Bar Association's Law Office Automation & Technology Committee.
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