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Every litigator should know the basics of PDF, which stands for "portable document format." You can learn the basics here: "Perfecting PDF Files," by Brett Burney.
February 18, 2005 in Courtroom Tech, Miscellaneous, Web/Tech | Permalink
I would strongly urge PDF converters not to forget to utilize the bookmark creation feature. You can set your PDF converter to transform your heading levels into bookmarks and an interactive table of contents, both of which make the documents much more easily navigable.
If you've got a very large document (over 100 pages), consider turning off the tag creation option in your settings, otherwise the program will go very slowly and/or completely crash.
February 18, 2005 at 09:47 AM
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