*** Sandra Day O'Connor visiting
The first woman appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court, and one of the better-known justices of modern times, will give a public talk at the University of Colorado at Boulder on April 17 at 7 p.m. in Macky Auditorium. She is receiving the 2008 Wallace Stegner Award from CU’s Center of the American West. Tickets are $10 through TicketsWest at King Soopers, or call (866) 464-2626 to order a ticket. For information, call (303) 492-4879.
*** Dog 'goneit! Join CBA's Furry Scurry team!
Fetch your sneakers and your furry friend and join the CBA team for the Furry Scurry Saturday May 3 at Washington Park in Denver. The two-mile walk/run is a key fundraiser for the Denver Dumb Friends League. To join our team, go to www.ddfl.org.
*** Collections Law in 2008
It’s almost certain that at some time during your practice you will need to know how to collect from a client that hasn't been paid or how to collect on a judgment that you have won. This CBA–CLE program, April 18, 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., will teach you everything you need to know about handling a foreclosure, inform you as to how bankruptcy affects the collection of debt, equip you to handle collection issues involving secured transactions, and instruct you in the areas of pre-trial procedures and post-judgment remedies. Register online: Collections Law in 2008
*** Small business book at CLE Books (order online!)
"Advising the Small Business: Forms and Advice for the Legal Practitioner" is designed to help lawyers provide more effective legal counsel and strategic guidance to small business clients, as well as produce relevant documents, and identify issues that require further research or a specialist. This book is accompanied by a CD-ROM of sample forms, documents and checklists. Order here online. For information, call (303) 860-0608, toll-free (888) 860-2531 or visit www.cobar.org/cle
*** Tip of the Week
Internet Explorer – Use Print Preview to Avoid Printing Unnecessary Pages
Printing from a web page can be frustrating because you never know what's actually going to print. You might find the document is 18 pages, and you don't want the whole document -- you only wanted the information on page 3. To stop wasting paper and get more usable prints, use Print Preview when you aren't sure how the print output is going to look. It's easier than it looks.
The basic way to preview a print job is:
- Pull up the webpage you want to print.
- Select File from the main Internet Explorer menu bar.
- Choose Print Preview from the drop-down menu.
- The default view will be of the first page only.
- At the bottom of the page is a box that says Page __ of ___. This tells you how many total pages would print if you simply printed the document. Decide which page(s) you want to print by scrolling through the document page by page.
- Once you find the page(s) you want to print, click on the printer icon at the top of left-hand corner of the page.
- Under "Page Range" you will see the "All" box selected. Click on the button to the left of "Pages." This will allow you to only print selected pages.
- Now type the page number(s) in the box to the right of Pages, i.e., 1 or 1-3. Click Print.
Feel free to contact Reba Nance at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.