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May 28, 2009

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Hi, John,

For your information, I've just published a "sequel," "Formatting Legal Documents With Microsoft Word 2010." As of early June, it is available on Lulu at http://tinyurl.com/W2010Law -- and it will be available soon on Amazon.com, as well. (I don't have a URL for the Amazon page yet.) The new book is more than twice as long as the first one, in part because it includes detailed descriptions of new and modified features, and in part because I've added lots of new material. For instance, there's a whole new section about mailings and forms, plus tutorials about setting up custom templates and creating pleading paper from scratch. And I've provided suggestions for preventing, diagnosing, and repairing document corruption.

I hope your readers will find the book useful. Thanks for the opportunity to mention it.

Best regards,

Jan Berinstein

CompuSavvy
Computer Training & Consulting
Author, "Formatting Legal Documents With Microsoft Word 2010" and
"Formatting Legal Documents With Microsoft Office Word 2007"

For Word and WordPerfect tips, visit my blog at http://compusavvy.wordpress.com
One of the American Bar Association's "60 Sites in 60 Minutes 2010"

John,

Thanks very much for your thoughtful review of my book. I just wanted to let your readers know that (1) the book is now available on Amazon.com (http://tinyurl.com/W2007Legal), and (2) I've started a blog with Word and WordPerfect tips. The blog is located at http://compusavvy.wordpress.com.

Best,
Jan Berinstein

CompuSavvy
Computer Training & Consulting
Author, "Formatting Legal Documents With Microsoft Office Word 2007"

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