ABA Webinar: Lawyers, Do It All with Your iPad

How to Drop the Laptop and Work from your iPad or iPhone

Join us on January 24th for this ABA Legal Technology Resource Center Webinar

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MH-iPad14-AnnotationYou are dashing for the train and receive a document via email from a key client. You need to read it now, but it’s attached via proprietary link. How could you possibly view this document (including its tracked changes), annotate it, and send it out, all while on the go? Leave your laptop behind – all of this can be done using your iPad or iPhone.

 

In “Do it All with Your iPad – How to Drop the Laptop and Work from your iPad or iPhone,” Maureen Blando of Mobile Helix will show you how you can work with documents even when you are out of the office. Whether you need to review an attachment in your inbox, mark up a document, or edit it – use your time productively by working wherever you are. Whether you use iManage® or NetDocuments® DMS, SharePoint or other file storage systems, you can compare documents, edit and annotate them, check them in, and send them with a single app. Join us to see a demo of these and more essential document workflows that you can complete with the LINK app by Mobile Helix.

We will demo:

● How to review an attachment, markup it up, and forward to a colleague or a client for review

● How to edit an attachment or link from your inbox using the MS Word app and forward

● How to accept all changes in an attachment, sign, and send for counter-signature

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Join us on January 24th!

 

That one missing LEGO – opening an NRL in your iOS email with LINK

Have you ever noticed that sometimes something very small can get in the way of completing something big and meaningful?

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Like when you open a new Lego set and later discover that there are 1119 / 1120 pieces there, and of course the missing piece is the little tiny one that goes right in the middle, so you already spent two hours building half of the Star Wars set – but now you need to stop everything and drive 30 minutes each way to the Lego store to get that one tiny 2×2 block.

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