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Ethically Unlock The Power of Adobe

August 8 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm


Registration opens soon for this technology CLE by attorney/tech guru Sarah E. Kay. Course number and 1 CLE (.5 Ethics); 1 Technology credit pending approval. ADR Section members register for only $50, with 90-day, on-demand access.

While you are familiar with using Adobe to open and read PDFs, have you truly unlocked its full potential?  Do you know how to use Adobe to create and draft documents?  What about cleansing and redacting data?  Bates numbering?  How do you ensure you are sending only the information you want to send and your document is not going to be altered?

Join us for this lunch and learn webinar to enhance your Adobe skills and truly unlock its full potential.  This CLE will assume you know the basics of using Adobe to open documents and will walk you step-by-step through removing and securing the data in your files, altering PDFs, converting PDFs to other formats, and more!  No need to be “techy” to be “tech savvy”!

  • Document creation and drafting in Adobe
  • Adding, moving, and exporting pages in Adobe
  • Bates numbering and pagination  in Adobe
  • Making your PDF useable:  optical character recognition (OCR) and exporting to other formats
  • Ethical considerations in using Adobe: removing metadata, redacting confidential information, and securing documents and data

Smiling woman wearing business attireSarah E. Kay, through her firm Kay Family Law PLLC in Tampa, Florida, directly helps Florida’s families as a Florida Supreme Court Certified Family Law and Appellate Mediator and a collaborative attorney.  She also supports solo and small firms throughout Florida through freelance research, writing, and consulting services.  Sarah is Immediate Past Chair of The Family Law Section of the Florida Bar and a Past President of the Hillsborough Association for Women Lawyers.  She is Board Certified in Marital & Family Law by The Florida Bar, a Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and holds multiple advanced degrees and professional certifications including a Masters in Education, a Masters in Business Administration, and Certificates in Special Education Advocacy, Trauma & Resilience Levels 1 & 2, and the fundamentals of Neurodiversity.  Sarah loves speaking, writing, and consulting on technology, alternative dispute resolution, and cases involving special needs children.


August 8
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm