Reba Nance

We received requests from Colorado Bar Association members for this feature—we relayed it to Casemaker and they added it! Suppose you’re drafting a brief and you want to include some text from an opinion. You could always go into the case, highlight the text, copy it and insert it into your document. But then you’d […]

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Do you receive frequent emails from an individual or discussion list that you prefer go to a folder in your inbox? In this video tutorial, Reba demonstrates how to create email rules that will automatically sort incoming emails into specified folders. Create a rule to automatically move messages from the inbox from Colorado Bar Association on […]

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This week, I’ve created a video tutorial to demonstrate how to use Adobe Acrobat to move emails out of Microsoft Outlook onto your hard drive. Tip of the Week – How to move e-mails out of outlook onto your hard drive using Adobe Acrobat from Colorado Bar Association on Vimeo. You can see this tip and others, […]

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Windows 7 has a Problem Steps Recorder feature that will capture the steps you take on a computer, including a text description of where you clicked and a picture of the screen (called a screenshot) during each click. In addition, it notes the exact date and time the action took place, and allows you to add […]

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I use categories in Outlook for a number of reasons. One thing categories allow me to do is look at my calendar and easily tell the difference between a meeting I have to attend, a presentation I’m scheduled to make, and a meeting I need to track but won’t attend. Here’s how to change the […]

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Many lawyers are using Gmail for business and/or personal email. The Ultimate Guide to Gmail by Taty Sena is a free, handy, and very informative PDF guide to using Gmail. It also includes valuable links to Gmail shortcuts and a Gmail cheat sheet. It explains labels, setting, advanced settings, filters, and more. If you are […]

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Microsoft Outlook’s calendar allows you to choose individual days from your calendar and then compare them side-to-side. Here’s how: Open your Outlook calendar. Choose the Day view. Select the first day you want to view. In calendar on the left-hand side of the screen, hold down the Ctrl key while selecting the next day you […]

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If you have Adobe Acrobat, take advantage of the “read out loud” feature to have your computer read your document aloud. This is a great tool for proofreading or listening to your document for readability. You need to have your computer connected to speakers and the volume turned up. Or try it without speakers if […]

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As you know, the Internet can be a great place to conduct research. The problem is weeding through the results to find credible sources. That’s where Google Scholar, at scholar.google.com, is a valuable research tool. Here’s how Google Scholar explains what it does: “Google Scholar provides a simple way to broadly search for scholarly literature. […]

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The other day I was reading an article titled “10 Simple Things SMB Websites Need to Fix before SEO.” I knew SEO meant search engine optimization, but I wasn’t sure about SMB. I quickly pulled up one of my favorite websites—Acronym Finder. I typed SMB in the box at the top-middle of the page and […]

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