Microsoft Word® for the legal profession – format defaults

The Indiana Lawyer recently published the second in a series of articles on Microsoft Word® for the Legal Profession. This article deals with setting format defaults for font, paragraph, and sets the stage for learning how to use sections in Word in the next article. I hope it’s helpful to you.

A brief snippet from the article:

Can Microsoft Word help you maintain competence and avoid procrastination? Yes, if you take some time to make your software tools work for you.

Read more here.


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