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Technology (Continued)
Voice Recognition

Now Hear This by Steve Schmidt (Law Office Computing - October/November 1999 - p. 40) Latest mobile voice recorders.

Speech Recognition Software - Round II: Dragon vs. Via Voice by Alan S. Adler (Law Office Computing - December/January 1999, v. 8, no. 6)

Speech Recognition Technology by Joseph L. Kashi and Daryl Teshima (GPSolo June 2000, p. 34)

Talk to Your Computer: You Can Practice Law with Speech Recognition Software by James A. Eidelman Law Practice Management (November/December 1998, v.24, no. 8)

Voice Dictation Software: The Next Generation by Alan S. Adler (Law Office Computing-February/March 1998 - v.8, no. 1) Compares six new continuous speech products.

Voice Recognition Software - Coming Soon to a Firm Near You by Patricia A. Yevics (Technology & Practice Guide - Summer 1998, v. 2, no. 2)

Word Processing & Office Suites/Document Assembly & Management

20 Tips for Building an Electronic Document Bank by Nina Platt (Law Office Computing - December/January 1999, v. 8, no. 6)

Breaking with Tradition: Moving from Paper to E-Practice by Robert G. Moss (Law Office Computing, June/July 2000, p. 70)

DocStar is Born, A: Selection and Justification of Document Imaging Workstation by Milton Hooper (Law Office Computing - December/January 1999, v. 8, no. 6)

Diary of 5 WordPerfect Suite Users edited by Rebecca Thompson Nagel (Law Office Computing - December/January 1999, v. 8, no. 6)

Document Conversion by Daryl Teshima Law Office Computing - October/November 1998, v. 8, no. 5) A "how to" guide for converting WordPerfect documents to Word 97.

Get In The Ring: WP9 v. Word2000 by Guy Wiggins and David Greenwald (Law Office Computing - April/May 2000, p. 54)

Giving Exciting Electronic Presentations by Dan Coolidge, Bruce Dorner and Ross Kodner, (Law Office Computing - June/July 1999, v. 9, no. 3)

Law Office View, A: WP Office 2000 & MS Office 2000 by Ross Kodner, Daniel Coolidge, Bruce Dorner and Sheryn Bruel (GP, Solo & Small Firm Lawyer - December 1999, p. 26)

Look Who's Counting by Karen Lawrence Coleman (Law Office Computing - October/November 1999 - v. 9, no. 5) Word counting disparities in Word and WP for court briefs.

Low-Tech, Low-Cost Document Automation Systems by Norv Brasch (Law Practice Management - November/December 1999, p. 39)

Mission Impossible: Switching Word Processors by Wendi Webb (Law Office Computing -August/September 1997 - v.7, no. 4) How to effectively implement an office-wide change in word processing software.

Moving Document Management Into Y2K by Kenneth E. Johnson (Law Office Computing - October/November 1999 - v. 9, no. 5) Converting from Soft Solutions to iManage for the large law firm.

Office Suite Roundup, Part I: The Word Processors by Michael Jimmerson (Law Office Computing August/September 1997 - v.7, no. 4) Compares the features of Word 97, WordPerfect 8, and Word Pro 97.

Office Suite Roundup, Part II: The Rest of the Package by Michael Jimmerson (Law Office Computing-December/January 1998 - v.7, no. 6) Compares the databases, personal information managers, presentations, spreadsheet, and internet integration/browser applications of Microsoft, Corel, and Lotus.

Rehabilitating Corrupt Documents by Karen M. Gibson (Law Office Computing - June/July 1999 v. 9, no. 3)

Reveal Codes: The Inside Story Behind WordPerfect's Battle for the Legal Industry by Daryl Teshima and Rebecca Thompson Nagel (Law Office Computing August/September 1998 - v. 8, no. 4)

Shopper's Guide to Document Management Software by Guy Wiggins (Law Office Computing - April/May 1999, v. 9, no. 2.)

Shopper's Guide to Legal Document Assembly by Alan Soudakoff and Marc Lauritsen (Law Office Computing October/November 1997 - v.7, no. 5) Compares 10 programs that can automate the document construction process.

Sneak Preview: Corel WordPerfect Legal Suite 8 (Law Office Computing - June/July 1998 v. 8, no. 3)

It's Time to Become WPA (Word Processing Ambidextrous) by Ross L. Kodner (GP, Solo & Small Firm Lawyer - December 1999, v. 15, no. 6)

Training Equation, The: Factors to Consider in a Word Processing Conversion by Tracey A. Baetzel and Marshay R. Williams (GP Solo & Small Firm Lawyer - June 1999 - v. 16, no. 4)

Unlocking the Power of Document Assembly by Marc Lauritsen and Alan Soudakof (Law Office Computing - June/July 1999 v. 9, no. 3)

Word 2000: Evolution Triumphs Over Further Revolution by Daniel S. Coolidge (Law Practice Management - May/June 1999, v. 25, no. 4.)

WordPerfect 2000: More Open, More Capable, More Reasons to Upgrade by Bruce Dorner and Ross Kodner (Law Practice Management - May/June 1999, v. 25, no. 4.)

Y2K

Doomsday or Holiday: 10 Thoughts in 10 Minutes about Y2K by Emery Barker (Arizona Attorney - May 1999 - v. 35, no. 9)

Lawyers Prepare for the Year 2000 by Scott S. Smith (Law Office Computing August/September 1998 - v. 8, no. 4)

Meltdown: Will My Computer Die on January 1, 2000? by Bruce L. Dorner and Daniel S. Coolidge Law Practice Management - July/August 1998, v. 24, no. 5)

Old Way to Pay for New Problem: Y2K Costs May be Covered by Property Insurance by Robert L. Carter, JR. and Andrew M. Reidy (ABA Journal - September 1999, v. 85)

Tick Tock: An Action Plan for Defusing the Year 2000 Bomb by Dennis M. Kennedy (Law Practice Management - September 1998, v. 24, no. 6)

What's Up Doc? The Latest in Document Management by Mary Micheletti (Law Office Computing - April/May 2000, p. 72)

Y2K Action Guide: Real World Advice for Protecting Your Firm and Your Clients by David P. Vandagriff (Law Office Computing - February/March 1999 v. 9, no. 1)

Y2K Test Products - Many are Free! Law Office Computing - October/November 1999 - p.48)

Year 2000 Problem, The by Gene Barrett and Sharon R. Klein (Law Office Computing-February/March 1998 - v.8, no. 1) Twelve steps to year 2000 compliance.