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The advent of document digitization and email in the 1990s drove deal attorneys from a paper-driven process toward a digital deal workflow. The earliest software applications for transactional attorneys are now core workflow tools for every law firm. Attorneys regularly use email, Microsoft Word, PDF applications, document management systems and redlining tools.

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