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When it comes to creating documents for your clients, manually entering all of the necessary information can be tedious. That’s where PracticeMaster’s Word Document Assembly feature can help!   Read More...


When I start the document assembly process for a Workers’ Compensation client, file explorer opens the Personal Injury Area of Practice template folder. Can I change this so that it automatically opens to the Workers’ Compensation folder instead?   Read More...


In a law firm, there can be an overwhelming amount of information to manage – matter information, contact information, upcoming meetings, research, emails, and documents galore. But there is hope! PracticeMaster can help make you more organized than you’ve ever been before. PracticeMaster provides the tools you need to manage it all.   Read More...


Did you know that you can download and view documents for any of your clients from your phone, tablet, or laptop? You can download linked documents that are in PracticeMaster’s Document Management file or email attachments that are in the Journal file.   Read More...


When I assemble some of my larger document templates, I don’t want to see the assembly process. Is there a way to suppress this?   Read More...


I use Word Document Assembly to assemble forms for my business clients. After I save the forms to PracticeMaster as documents, I always create a fee for certain hours and amount values based on the template I’m assembling (defined by Document Type) and write an email to the client. Is there a way for PracticeMaster to automate some of this for me?   Read More...


We use Word Document Assembly and often have to send several subpoenas at a time. Is there a way that PracticeMaster can prompt us to keep running Word Document Assembly until we are done?   Read More...


Are you creating forms and letters manually? If so, you’re probably spending too much time on it. Take advantage of PracticeMaster’s Document Assembly feature instead!   Read More...


What are expressions, and how can your firm use them to improve your day-to-day activities in PracticeMaster? An expression is a set of criteria you define that tells the software what records to display, and in some cases, how to display it. Filters are the most common expressions, but expressions can also be used in Report Writer reports, WorkFlows, Word Document Assembly, and Outlook Synchronization.   Read More...


Creating form letters, documents, and contracts for clients can be time consuming, and using mail merge is limited by field availability in Word or Outlook. PracticeMaster’s Word Document Assembly is the solution! Word Document Assembly lets you instantly assemble documents that you frequently use.   Read More...