Free Microsoft Word Tables Course for Lawyers

Free Microsoft Word Tables Course for Lawyers

You may have recently read the e-book, 'For Format's Sake! A Guide For Lawyers Who Produce Their Own Documents' by Bluebird that provides you tips and tricks on how to produce documents in an efficient manner, designed for lawyers that are extremely busy! 

For those that don't know, we have an excellent course that guides you through the basics of Microsoft Word - 'Back to Basics: Setting up Tables in MS Word' course on Novum Learning. We have made this course free for our readers, which is available until 15 April 2022. 

This course is instructed by Leanne Bentley, Microsoft Specialist with over 35 years as a legal secretary with Magic Circle law firms in the UK. She shares her expertise and knowledge with lawyers, reducing their stress and for law firms to reduce costs in drafting legal documents.

A certification will be issued to you upon successful completion of the course, which you can add to your LinkedIn profile and resume! This is an essential skill for all lawyers that use Microsoft Word and you will navigate through your legal documents with ease and more confidence.

So, what are you waiting for?

This is the first of the three-course MS Word tables masterclass. Access the first course and begin your journey of Word table mastery!

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