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NEW - COMING 2011!

ProForms™ 2011 - Legal Forms - CD
Practically A Complete Business
"Law Office On A Disk"™

  • a great business law forms collection in its own right

  • a "must have" supplement to your current legal forms collection

  • inexpensive and it will save you time & money

ProForms™ 2011 contains forms which are stored predominantly in WordPerfect® 6.1 format and are configured for a Hewlett Packard® Laserjet™ 4 printer.  (A few forms are stored in Microsoft® Word™ format or in HTML format - if they are configured for use on a web site.)

Because most of the forms are stored in WordPerfect® 6.1 format, for Windows®, and are configured for a Hewlett Packard® Laserjet™ 4 printer, they will generally be compatible with any version of WordPerfect® from version 6.1 through the current version, WordPerfect® 2000, although some reformatting of the forms may occur if WordPerfect® is configured for a different printer.  The forms can also be opened in Microsoft® Word™, versions 97, 2000, 2003 and 2007, which contain file converters for WordPerfect® files. Although, in theory, these conversions should be perfect, our own experience indicates that there will be some reformatting of the text and, occasionally, a control code may not translate properly.

None of these reformatting issues and control code issues should have a material adverse effect on the use of the forms as the substance of the forms should be unaffected, some reformatting to accommodate different printers is done automatically by the word processing programs themselves, and most of the forms would require some reformatting anyway - to accommodate changes which the user will make.

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