A. If you are really rushed, order the form again, and this time wait – please wait – until you receive notice that the transaction has been completed and follow the link in the confirmation email to download the file. Then use our contact form to tell us to refund the purchase price on your first order. (Remember, we have a “no questions” 100% refund policy.) That way you’ll get your copy of the form even before we are able to check our email!
If you do not have the Adobe PDF reader, Download it for free here.
Many programs allow you to convert a PDF into MS Word. Recent full versions of Adobe Acrobat allow you to “Save As” your PDF as a MS Word document, so you have a complete copy in Word (except for graphics). If you file documents in one of the many courts that require you to file everything in PDF, you almost certainly have a conversion program in your computer that can convert items to and from PDF and Word.
Better yet — Later versions of Word™ and WordPerfect allow you to open a PDF file directly into their word processor program. Now what could be better than that for a busy lawyer!
If you do not have a later version of Word or WordPerfect, or simply want to copy a portion of the PDF into your word processor — we make it easy for you by delivering an “unlocked” PDF. You can copy pages of the PDF and paste them into your word processor — in a number of ways. (Our products are copyrighted, but your license allows you to copy it onto the computers of yourself, plus your secretary and legal assistant.) E.g., use the Select Tool of Adobe Reader to copy and paste.
Q. How do I use the Adobe Acrobat Reader to select some text and copy it to a word processor document? +/-
To select a line of text, select the first letter of the sentence or phrase and drag to the last letter.
To select all the text on a page, click the right mouse button and choose Select All.
Once the text is selected, click the right mouse button and choose Copy.
Note: To select text on more than one page of a multi-page Acrobat© document, you must have set the Adobe Acrobat Reader for the page layout viewing to be either Continuous or Continuous – Facing!
To set the page layout, click in the menu bar for the reader on View >Page Layout and set the page layout view to either Continuous or Continuous – Facing. (In some configurations of the Reader, alternatively you can click a Continuous or Continuous-Facing button in the status bar at the bottom of the window.)
Once you have selected the text and used “Copy,”, then open another application, such as Word or WordPerfect. Use the right mouse button to Paste the copied text into your application.
Q. Where do I find all the legal stuff, like your Purchaser’s Agreement, Disclaimers, Warranties, Intellectual Property Claims, and Copyright Information? +/-
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