ABA publishes second edition of definitive guide on Adobe Acrobat DC

A new book from the American Bar Association, “The Ultimate Guide to Adobe Acrobat DC, Second Edition,” by Daniel J. Siegel and Pamela A. Myers of Integrated Technology Services and the Law Offices of Daniel J. Siegel, is an indispensable desk reference for Acrobat users in the legal profession and beyond.

PDFs are the standard in legal communities for creating, analyzing, storing and exchanging digital documents, and for filing documents in courts and other entities with electronic filing systems, and Adobe Acrobat DC is the most popular PDF software on the market. PDFs are also essential for “paperless” law firms seeking to improve their efficiency and reduce overhead, spend more time serving clients and reduce support staff costs and overhead.

An essential guide for every Acrobat user, the fully revised second edition includes step-by-step instructions for PC and Mac users, with nearly 300 screenshots showing how to get the most from Acrobat, from its most common tools to its most advanced features. Published in conjunction with the ABA Law Practice Division, “The Ultimate Guide to Adobe Acrobat DC” serves as the go-to resource for law firms jumping on the paperless bandwagon. The first edition received exceptional reviews from users, and the authors’ Acrobat and paperless office training programs, continuing education seminars and presentations are highly popular.

Co-author Siegel is a nationally recognized authority on ethics, technology, data protection and business workflow management. He regularly consults with law firms and businesses on workflow management, implementation of paperless offices and other productivity matters. Siegel also provides techno-ethics counsel to solo, small and mid-sized law firms on cybersecurity, technology and other related issues. He is a prolific speaker and author and chairs the ABA Professional Development Board and Pennsylvania Bar Association’s Committee on Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility and is a member of the Philadelphia Bar Association’s Professional Guidance Committee.

Co-author Myers has 25 years of experience as an office administrator, technology consultant, software and workflow trainer and paralegal. She has superior technical proficiency in mass market and legal software, which she shares through various writing and speaking endeavors.

“The Ultimate Guide to Adobe Acrobat DC, Second Edition” paperback costs $79.95 and can be ordered online at www.shopaba.org.