When a major software company offers features that appeal directly to the legal community, it makes me happy. Version 8 of Adobe Acrobat blasted on the scene recently with some tasty ingredients that appeal directly to legal professionals, such as form field recognition, a “true” redaction tool and a Bates numbering wizard.

Obviously, Acrobat users from all walks of life can benefit from the new features, but legal practitioners are sure to gain the most from the improved software.

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