It’s true. Adobe Acrobat 9 is the best legal-technology product there is. Law Technology News confirmed this conclusion at its annual awards last week at LegalTech when it selected Acrobat as the winner for “New Product of the Year.” (Second year in a row, by the way.)
I am passionate about Acrobat. No, really. It has revolutionized the way I practice law and I am committed to communicating its benefits with others. Just ask anyone in my department–they’ll attest to my near-zealous devotion. I’ve been totally digital since 2005. (I prefer the term, “digital.” “Paperless” is a bit exaggerated.) So I’m always surprised to hear others say that the conversion to digital is a pipe dream. It’s not hard, I promise.
There are so many benefits and features of integrating PDF into your legal practice that I can’t begin to address them all here. Instead, I’m going to cover some of my favorites in a series of posts over the next several weeks. To get you started, I’ll leave you with this video, called Stop Stupid PDF Syndrome Now. If you don’t “get it” entirely, then you definitely should stay tuned for the upcoming posts in this series.
From the video’s creators:
Stop creating stupid PDF files for your printer. Preserve all the power of PDF by asking for Adobe’s PDF Print Engine technology.
This is a great introduction to the value of using the “print to Adobe PDF” feature instead of scanning hard copies of your documents.