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Dragon Dictation iPad App

You can dictate directly to the iPad and that is how I wrote the first draft of this review.

GoodReader iPad App

With iPad you can have statutes, cases, and legal materials in thousands in your hand at once- here is one way to do it with DropBox and GoodReader

iPad AP Mobile

The App includes articles, photos, and video. The design and colors are soothing and the presentation drew me into the story. This App made reading the news a joy and has transformed the news into multimedia experience optimized in its own tightly controlled and well appointed environment.

iPad PDF Bookmarks

Acrobat allows lawyers to bookmark long PDF for easy access- and it works great with iPad. Blog, Video, and iPad screen shots.

iWork Pages iPad App

Apple has reworked their iWork suite of productivity programs for the iPad. Let's see what Pages for iPad can do.

JuryTracker iPad App

TrialPad iPad App

TrialPad for iPad is for preparing and presenting presentations for trial.

Acrobat, iPad and GoodReader PDF Bookmarking

Acrobat, GoodReader, and iPad: Organizing with PDF Bookmarks

by seth

iPad PDF bookmarks for lawyersJust after I declared full-text online the pinnacle of legal materials, iPad and GoodReader have breathed new life into the PDF. Of course, full-text online legal reference materials remains the best way I can think of to share and collaborate on a large amounts of materials with multiple users.

However, the iPad and GoodReader make a PDF library an outstanding option for a single person or for a particular purpose; a trial or deposition come to immediately to mind.

For me, the animating force is the prospect of having thousands of cases, statutes, and reference materials with me and ready to go- it was the "ready to go" part that concerned me.

Acrobat has a range of features to help organize and deal with long documents, including bookmarks, full search, portfolios, and the constellation of commenting tools that each create the functional equivalent of a bookmark in dizzying variety.

Initially, I thought by viewing PDF on the iPad, I would be giving up most if not all of the Acrobat features. And I was right, but not so much so that it really matters in the scheme of things.

Here is a how I use bookmarks, rapidly applied in Acrobat, to create an document outline in iPad's GoodReader. Like most things great things, this is simple.

First. Apply the bookmarks to your PDF in Acrobat and nest them as you desire. See short demo video on bookmarking in Acrobat.

Second. Save your PDF in a convenient place to access it with iPad's GoodReader. I use Dropbox and MobileMe for this. Review of Using Dropbox and GoodReader.

Third, Open your PDF in GoodReader and touch the bookmark button and see the bookmarks saved as an outline. I applaud GoodReader's programmers for doing it this way because it leaves the bookmarks section for case-by-case application.

Now you have an outlined PDF ready for repeated use.

As to the loss of commenting and annotation, iPad has an App for that. It's called iAnnotate PDF- but that's a separate review.

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