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NCRA Webinar: Don’t Jump Through Hoops to Become a Professional Acrobat (Adobe Acrobat that is!)
November 1 @ 9:00 AM - 10:00 AMUSD $55
Live webinar – November 1 @ 12:00 Eastern – Sometimes, it can feel like a real juggling act to manage data in PDF format so that others cannot modify certain aspects you send to them while attempting to extract data into a modifiable format when data is sent to you. In this session, we will explore options available across different platforms such as Adobe Reader, Standard, Pro, and other non-Adobe products to understand what is in and out of our realm of control when sending and receiving PDF data. We will also explore key legal needs such as bates stamping, adding headers and footers, OCRing files, and adding bookmarks. We will further look at using the action wizard to create and execute recurring tasks. Even if you do not use Acrobat branded PDF software, these concepts will still be applicable in other platforms such as Kofax (formerly Nuance).
Total CEU 0.1
Registrations expire 30 days after the live event.
Deanna Marquez began her legal technology career over 20 years ago working internally at an Indianapolis based law firm in the IT department and eventually transitioning to litigation support. Over the years Deanna has worked both internally at law firms and externally as a consultant primarily in the roles of application support and litigation support. Deanna’s strengths lie in strategically identifying solutions to business problems through process improvement and implementation of technology. She strives to continually share knowledge in creative ways to help provide efficiencies and real-world applications to others, specifically in a legal setting. Deanna currently leads the Software Training and Litigation support divisions of Modern Information Solutions where she serves as the Project Manager in multiple mass tort litigations including Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder, Boeing Ethiopian Air Flight 302 crash, and several other products liability litigations. She obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Technology from Purdue University School of Engineering & Technology and a Master of Business Administration from Indiana Wesleyan University.