We strive to answer one of the common questions about TurboLaw Document Software: where are documents actually saved?
Here at TurboLaw we try to make the process of moving to a new computer as easy as possible. So if youâ€™ve got (or are going to get) a new computer (either as a gift or because an old computer died), hereâ€™s some tips and information to help make it a little bit easier to get your TurboLaw software up and running again.
In Microsoft Word, in order to keep â€œtyping linesâ€ under each line of text it is necessary to use Word Tables without text wrapping. This means that, when reaching the end of the table cell where text is typed, it is necessary to Tab (advance) to the next form field in order to continue typing text.
To send documents as PDFs, you need a program to create PDF files – there are several available on the Internet for free, as well as some from commercial software vendors. We’ve got links for some of these free programs, as well as some tips on advantages to sending documents in PDF format (instead of, say, Word format).
If you have recently upgraded to Word 2007 (part of Microsoft Office 2007), you might have noticed that just about everything looks different – and the controls for macros are no exception.
In our continuing effort to provide the absolute best customer service possible, we’ve just added a new video to our Self-Help Video collection called “How to Add Footnotes/Explanatory Notes to TurboLaw Excel-Based Financial Forms.”