Anyone who practices law is familiar with the ubiquitous portable document format. Because of its flexibility and reliability, it has emerged as the irrefutable standard for digital document delivery.
PDFs are typically created in one of two ways: either by digitally converting a file (e.g., Microsoft Word document) via a virtual print driver, or by scanning a piece of paper.
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