Amicus Attorney Cheat Sheet

14 pages of tips, tricks and techniques to be more effective and efficient.

Unless you have a photographic memory, it is difficult to remember all the different functions and options that exist within your software programs. That’s why we created a cheat sheet for Amicus Attorney Premium 2016. This cheat sheet is designed to give users a fundamental understanding of the basic and most commonly used features of this very powerful program.

Print it out and keep it in your desk, give it to new firm members, or just keep it handy in your bookmarks for a quick reference.

Keep in mind, there are many advanced topics that are not discussed in this cheat sheet including Amicus Anywhere, managing documents, document templates, custom pages, custom records and more.

To inquire about training on one of these advanced topics, or any topic covered by this manual, please contact us to schedule a personalized training session.


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Timeslips: Making Clients Inactive

A quick resource for a common task.

The most frustrating task in any program are those you need to do semi-frequently. Not frequently enough that you remember, but still often enough that you need to know how to do it.

This quick reference guide quickly lays out the various options and messages you may get when you move your Timeslips clients from open to inactive or closed.