Saturday, January 27, 2007

On handling PDF files for e-filing

Ernie Svenson has this post on dealing with PDF files for e-filing in the federal courts.

I must confess I am so cheap that I do not own an Acrobat license, I use a program called NitroPDF for most of my PDF tricks - putting them together, taking them apart, adding bookmarks, etc., and sometimes use a program called eCopy to scan documents (to Word of PDF) with OCR - so I can look up, for example, how many times (and where) the word "operations" appears in the lease I am writing about this weekend. eCopy came with the copier, I think. Also, we have a license for a program called Easy Bates, which does the Bates stamping of PDF files better than NitroPDF.

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