Coming today to SmallLaw: When you conduct forensic reviews of German financial documents as part of your law practice, you tend to be detail-oriented and a demanding user of software. Meet New York lawyer Robert Harvey who in this issue of SmallLaw discusses his frustrations with Microsoft Word and other Microsoft products upon which he relies in his practice. You'll probably find yourself nodding in agreement as you read this epic rant, but if you know of a hidden feature that can help Robert and other small law firms please reply and let your fellow SmallLaw subscribers know about it. Also, don't miss the SmallLaw Pick of the Week for 13 useful law practice tips disguised as New Year's Resolutions.
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