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Brendan M. Kenny 5 Jan 17
Thus begins the live-tweeting of my demo of my demo...
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Brendan M. Kenny 5 Jan 17
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Brendan M. Kenny 5 Jan 17
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Brendan M. Kenny 5 Jan 17
Replying to @samglover @lawyerist
3. § and ¶ Keys: and are pleased that lawyers needn't enter arcane and unreliable Alt+ strings any longer for § and ¶.
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Brendan M. Kenny 5 Jan 17
Replying to @KennyBrendan
4a. Spacing Pro: You can change your spacing to single, 1.5, and double simply by hitting one of these three keys.
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Brendan M. Kenny 5 Jan 17
Replying to @KennyBrendan
4b. Spacing Con: The double-spacing button won't get you true, Matthew Butterick-approved line spacing.
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Brendan M. Kenny 5 Jan 17
Replying to @legalkeyboard
5. Legal-Function Mode: Flip the switch, and let the magic begin.
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Brendan M. Kenny
6. Right now I'm working on what I'll bet is the first summary-judgment motion ever written on .
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Washashore Mermaid 5 Jan 17
Replying to @KennyBrendan
Do you typically work with the format view on? I always did but it would make my attorneys crazy.
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