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legaltestready
Posted: 2.3 hours ago
The Getting Ready Routine: Booklet By Louis Ellman The proper set up of your screen and settings before you start to style and /or edit your document. I have taught MS Word for Legal Fis for many years, placed numerous people in all facets of law firm personnel including secretaries, paralegals, word processing operators and IT Help Desk. In all the years I have been doing this, I have never had a student that went through this essential and vital routine that will be throughly revealed in this booklet. All of my students receive this from day 1. Once you know it you will surely never operate again without first doing this routine.. With this knowledge, you will have all vital settings taken care of and visually, you will have a ton of info at your fingertips. You can then comfortably move forward and style and/or edit your document. My students reach a high level of understanding and competence, Most of my students are working and successful. We truly give a unique course and now is a great time to get involved being that the salaries have increased for both secretaries as well as WP Operators, A good start is this booklet. It will be useful to you right away. This book can be found on Kindle: https://www.amazon.com/Getting-Ready-Routine-Booklet-ebook/dp/B07J2VQW4Q/ref=mp_s_a_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1538837445&sr=8-2&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_QL65&keywords=MS+Word+Legal+The+Getting+Ready&dpPl=1&dpID=413HaMrxz9L&ref=plSrch The sister book to this above mentioned book is the Strategy Session Books namely Volume 2. Volume 2 goes over the Getting Ready Routine, The Invaluable Structure First Routine, Page Numbering across Multiple Sections, Editing tips and so much more! If you wish to comfortably survive in law firms, then you want to know the valuable and inside info I share with you! These 3 books are Teacher Connected. This means that if you are reading my books and have s question or need clarification, I field your questions. I am an author that is available for those people who purchase my books.’ Below is the description for The Strategy Session Books… MS Word Legal – The Strategy Session Volumes 1 and 2 A High Level Legal Word Processing Session For Well Under $100 Dollars! TEACHER CONNECTED BOOKS! MS Word Legal – The Strategy Session No. 1. A High Level Legal Word Processing Session For Well Under $100 Dollars! The valuable book can be found on awarenessexplosion.com WORK WITH ME! I share in this book what I share with my own students. This book gives us the chance to work together no matter where you live This book is a thorough walk through, and strategy/judgment session of a corporate legal document that a word processing operator or secretary would be expected to format and style from scratch in a top tier law firm. The examination of the document is done from the prospective of a legal word processing center. I go paragraph by paragraph, style by style and teach you how to think as a top-tier legal word processing operator or secretary. This is truly a peek behind the curtain and I will check your work as part of the deal with feedback! Keep reading… Besides a thorough walk through of the document, this book covers a lot of ground in terms of segmenting a document, establishing a Multilevel Outline, financial tables, page numbering and a lot more. The “teacher connected” aspect comes from the student having the ability to download the legal document, style it and then send it to me for critique and suggestion. On the site where you download the document, you have the ability to contact me with questions. MS Word Legal: The Strategy Session Volume 2 Getting Ready and Structure First Authored by Louis Ellman MS Word Legal: Getting Ready and Structure First. This book goes over the solid basics of putting together the structure of a full blown litigation or corporate document. Everything from the cover page, section breaks, implementing separate page numbering formats, formatting tricks of the trade and a bonus in the back. The things covered in this book are those things that tend to hold people back whether they are a beginner or intermediate level operator. No matter what Legal Document you work on, the strategy of this book will greatly benefit you and is “vital” for taking hands-on tests at an agency or law firm as well as a great strategy and professional approach to setting up involved legal documents as a secretary and/or word processing center operator. The teacher connected aspect gives you the ability to keep in touch with me for guidance as it relates to this book. Both Strategy Session Books can now be found on www.awarenessexplosion.com ,
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dimapur247
Posted: 15.2 hours ago
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legaltestready
Posted: 33.4 hours ago
Outline Numbering And The Importance Of “Style Based On Normal” The answer to this dilemma described herein makes perfect sense but there is more value to seeing the scenario and how it was corrected so if this ever happens to you it will be a quick fix.: Scenario: The document is making use of the style separator on the second level (Heading 2) 
The Second Level is 1.01 style of numbering. The operator notices that the paragraphs are coming out 1.01, 1.03, 1.05, 1.07 as well as when the TOC is generated. The non-numbered paragraphs are simply body text and are not the problem. So, how was this number skipping situation corrected? 1. As you know, when using the style separator, the text that sits after the style separator uses a body text style which serves to disassociate the remainder of the paragraph from the Heading 2 text that shares that same paragraph. 2. The error occurred when creating the body text style that would be used on the remainder of the Heading 2 paragraph. 3. When the Body Text Style was created, the operator forgot to select Style based on “Normal”. Instead they left the selection as Style based on “Heading 2”. 4. By making this error, when the Body Text (which was named Remainder of Paragraph) was applied it acted in effect as an additional Heading 2 thus causing each new numbered paragraph to come in as 1.01, 1.03, 1.05, 1.07 etc. 5. This was easily fixed by modifying the Body Text style (Named “Remainder of Paragraph”), and changing the setting Style Based On “Heading 2” to Style Based On “Normal”. This immediately remedied the situation and the paragraphs now numbered as expected 1.01, 1.02, 1.03 etc. So, each time you create a new style remember to select Style Based On Normal. Now that you know what happened, this is one more problem solved. Looking To Enter The Legal Support Staff Sector? 
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advancetotraining
Posted: 34.2 hours ago
Outline Numbering And The Importance Of “Style Based On Normal” The answer to this dilemma described herein makes perfect sense but there is more value to seeing the scenario and how it was corrected so if this ever happens to you it will be a quick fix.: Scenario: The document is making use of the style separator on the second level (Heading 2) The Second Level is 1.01 style of numbering. The operator notices that the paragraphs are coming out 1.01, 1.03, 1.05, 1.07 as well as when the TOC is generated. The non-numbered paragraphs are simply body text and are not the problem. So, how was this number skipping situation corrected? 1. As you know, when using the style separator, the text that sits after the style separator uses a body text style which serves to disassociate the remainder of the paragraph from the Heading 2 text that shares that same paragraph. 2. The error occurred when creating the body text style that would be used on the remainder of the Heading 2 paragraph. 3. When the Body Text Style was created, the operator forgot to select Style based on “Normal”. Instead they left the selection as Style based on “Heading 2”. 4. By making this error, when the Body Text (which was named Remainder of Paragraph) was applied it acted in effect as an additional Heading 2 thus causing each new numbered paragraph to come in as 1.01, 1.03, 1.05, 1.07 etc. 5. This was easily fixed by modifying the Body Text style (Named “Remainder of Paragraph”), and changing the setting Style Based On “Heading 2” to Style Based On “Normal”. This immediately remedied the situation and the paragraphs now numbered as expected 1.01, 1.02, 1.03 etc. So, each time you create a new style remember to select Style Based On Normal. Now that you know what happened, this is one more problem solved. Looking To Enter The Legal Support Staff Sector? Training From An Inside Perspective MS Word Legal Training - Basic - Advanced www.advanceto.com LinkedIn Group: “AdvanceTo Legal and Corporate Word Processing Training Forum” You Can Also Check Out: Advancetotraining.tumblr.com Amazing articles and knowledge for our students and the public at large
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poetponyofmidgard
Posted: 72.1 hours ago
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legaltestready
Posted: 76.9 hours ago
How Character Styles and Direct Formatting Affect The TOC, TOA and Index of Terms Okay, some of you might read this title and initially say boring, but you will learn some very valuable tips from this article. So, let’s do it. Some facts. 1. If I use Character Styles in my Headings within the document such as Bold and Underscore then those Character Style attributes will transfer to your TOC. This is why we build the attributes directly into the Heading Styles. 2. If I use Character Styles on my Table of Authority Entries (underscore or italic), and I ask to “Retain Formatting” in the Table of Authorities Dialog Box, your finished Table of Authorities will not retain the formatting. Only direct formatting of Underscore or Italic to your cases will result in you being able to retain the formatting in your Table of Authorities. 3. Finally, if I use Character Styles to Bold or Underscore my Index of Terms entries and then mark those entries with XE Codes you will not get Bold and/or Underscore in the completed Index of Terms abs that is exactly what you want. On the other hand, if you direct format your Index of Terms Entries with Bold or Underscore and then Mark those entries with the XE Code the Bold/Underscore will be transferred over to the completed Index of Terms and that is what you do not want. Training From An Inside Persoective www.advanceto.com Our students are working… Training, Test Prep and Placement Assistance. In Person, phone, or Zoom. You can be anywhere in the country.
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advancetotraining
Posted: 77.1 hours ago
How Character Styles and Direct Formatting Affect The TOC, TOA and Index of Terms Okay, some of you might read this title and initially say boring, but you will learn some very valuable tips from this article. So, let’s do it. Some facts. 1. If I use Character Styles in my Headings within the document such as Bold and Underscore then those Character Style attributes will transfer to your TOC. This is why we build the attributes directly into the Heading Styles. 2. If I use Character Styles on my Table of Authority Entries (underscore or italic), and I ask to “Retain Formatting” in the Table of Authorities Dialog Box, your finished Table of Authorities will not retain the formatting. Only direct formatting of Underscore or Italic to your cases will result in you being able to retain the formatting in your Table of Authorities. 3. Finally, if I use Character Styles to Bold or Underscore my Index of Terms entries and then mark those entries with XE Codes you will not get Bold and/or Underscore in the completed Index of Terms and that is exactly what you want. On the other hand, if you direct format your Index of Terms Entries with Bold or Underscore and then Mark those entries with the XE Code the Bold/Underscore will be transferred over to the completed Index of Terms and that is what you do not want. Training From An Inside Persoective www.advanceto.com Our students are working… Training, Test Prep and Placement Assistance. In Person, phone, or Zoom. You can be anywhere in the country.
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legaltestready
Posted: 109.8 hours ago
Two Scenarios But One Heading To Cover Them Both This particular question has come up a number of times so it is best to clarify and remove the confusion associated with it. Here it is: You have a Heading Level 2. In some instances within the document the Heading 2 sits by itself. For example: Section 2.01 The Time Frame. In the scenario above, Heading 2 resides by itself. Let’s now look at the scenario below: Section 2.02. The Management. Blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah In the above example, Heading 2 shares the paragraph and therefore will need the use of the Style Separator. After the Heading 2 text (after the Style Separator), a Body Text is applied to the remainder of the paragraph in order to disassociate that text from the Heading 2 so it does not end up in the TOC. So the question arises, do I need to have a separate Heading Level in order to accommodate a Heading 2 type heading that resides by itself vs a Heading 2 type heading that shares the paragraph? The answer is no. Heading 2 takes care of both scenarios and the sequential numbering system of Heading 2 is not affected whether the Heading is by itself or Sharing the paragraph. The numbering will continue to tally properly. It should be noted that the Heading 2 should have 12 PTS. after spacing built into the Style so that when it resides by itself the spacing is in place. When it shares the paragraph and the Style Separator is used then 12 PTS After Spacing is built into the Body Text Style that takes care of everything past the Style Separator. That style in that scenario will then provide the proper After Spacing. Training From An Inside Perspective Basic-Advanced Training,Test Prep Books (www.legaltestready.com) (www.awarenessexplosion.com and Placement. www.advanceto.com
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legaltestready
Posted: 133.7 hours ago
Momentary Confusion When Editing An MS Word Table… I like to include these quick fixes because minor problems are amplified when a person is under time constraint, and is having trouble focusing on the actual problem. So here is the scenario: Document has a large table mostly consisting of text that extends over 20 pages. It has a large textual header row. The Header Row repeats on each page because “Header Row Repeat” has been selected. The operator is attempting to edit Header Material and cannot click upon this text to make the edits. They have already spent much time looking at the table thinking someone has locked that part of the document from being able to be edited. What actually happened is the following: 1. The attorney, 10 pages into the paper copy (Hard Copy), made edits to the large repeating table heading sitting at the top of the table on page 10. 2. The operator, being on page 10 of the MS Word document was trying to edit the area that the attorney made edits to no avail. 3. The operator was then directed to go back to page 1 of the table and to edit the header from that location. The hard copy momentarily confused the operator because the attorney did not realize that the repetitive header info is “uneditable” unless of course you go back to Row 1 of the the table where it originated. 4. The operator went back to row 1 and made the changes then, went back to page 10 and continued on with the edits for the remainder of the document. Simple, but then again, it is always simple when you have already been there. Basic-Advanced Legal MS Word Training Advanceto.com
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advancetotraining
Posted: 133.7 hours ago
Momentary Confusion When Editing An MS Word Table… I like to include these quick fixes because minor problems are amplified when a person is under time constraint, and is having trouble focusing on the actual problem. So here is the scenario: Document has a large table mostly consisting of text that extends over 20 pages. It has a large textual header row. The Header Row repeats on each page because “Header Row Repeat” has been selected. The operator is attempting to edit Header Material and cannot click upon this text to make the edits. They have already spent much time looking at the table thinking someone has locked that part of the document from being able to be edited. What actually happened is the following: 1. The attorney, 10 pages into the paper copy (Hard Copy), made edits to the large repeating table heading sitting at the top of the table on page 10. 2. The operator, being on page 10 of the MS Word document was trying to edit the area that the attorney made edits to no avail. 3. The operator was then directed to go back to page 1 of the table and to edit the header from that location. The hard copy momentarily confused the operator because the attorney did not realize that the repetitive header info is “uneditable” unless of course you go back to Row 1 of the the table where it originated. 4. The operator went back to row 1 and made the changes then, went back to page 10 and continued on with the edits for the remainder of the document. Simple, but then again, it is always simple when you have already been there. Basic-Advanced Legal MS Word Training Advanceto.com
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advancetotraining
Posted: 134.1 hours ago
Oh Alt Shift O! So, as most of you know, when we run a Table of Contents the Heading Styles are used for the various Headings most often using Headings 1 and 2. When Multilevel Outlining is used, this fully makes use of the Heading Styles and uses those same styles for the TOC as well. Not everyone is comfortable with Multilevel Outlining but nevertheless still need to generate a Table of Contents. In this scenario, people fall back on on the old TC Code method. Using the Table Entry Fields Method: 1. Highlight the text of a Particular Heading. 2. Use Alt+Shift+O to “Mark” the entry. 3. When marking the entry, choose the level that it should be viewed as in the TOC and you are done for that entry. Move onto and mark the next entry. 4. When in the Table of Contents Dialog Box, go to “Options” and uncheck using “Styles and Outline Levels” to run the TOC and instead check use “Table Entry Fields”. That tells the document to generate your Table of Contents based on your TC Codes alone 5. Finally, if you mark the TC code for the wrong level simply delete the TC Code and remark with the intended level. Those of you comfortable with Field Codes and Swtches can edit the TC Code Level in that way if you so choose. Training From An Inside Perspective Basic-Advanced MS Word Training, Test Prep, Placement www.advanceto.com
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