Legal Transcription 3rd Edition

This new edition of Paradigm’s popular Legal Transcription textbook teaches the most current practices for transcribing and revising any legal document with correct formatting, punctuation, and spelling.

  • Formatting and terminology skills using illustrations of legal documents.
  • Real-world projects dictated on accompanying CD using both national and international accents and dialects.
  • Discussion of legal office procedures related to legal transcription activities.

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Windows®
  • Intel® Pentium® III 1GHz or faster processor 512 MB of RAM
  • Recommended: Pentium® 4 2GHz or faster processor, 1GB of RAM
  • Windows® 7 Home Premium, Professional, or Ultimate; Windows® Vista Home Premium, Business, Ultimate, or Enterprise, including 64-bit editions; Windows® Vista SP1; Windows® XP Tablet PC Edition SP2 and SP3; Windows® XP SP2 and SP3; Windows® 2000 SP4; Windows® 2003 Server
  • Apple®: Mac OS 10.6 or higher
You will also need the following programs installed on your computer for full use of this product:
  • Adobe® Acrobat® Reader, Adobe® Acrobat® Standard, or Adobe® Acrobat® Pro (www.adobe.com). The PDFs are fully functional in Adobe® Reader, but Standard and Pro offer more tools and features. Microsoft® PowerPoint® or Microsoft® PowerPoint® Viewer (www.microsoft.com).
  • The PowerPoint® files are fully functional in the Viewer, but you will need a full version of PowerPoint® to edit them.
  • An Internet web browser.

Instructor Resources DVD - Start-up Instructions

To run the Legal Transcription, Third Edition Instructor Resources program, follow these steps:
  1. Insert the disc into your disc drive.
  2. The software should auto-start on Windows®. If it does not, double-click the DVD drive. Then double-click *.exe file to launch the program.
  3. The Start-up/Requirements screen provides information about the applications that may be installed with this program, and applications that may be required to use the program resources.
  • Browse: Browse the contents of the Instructor Resources Package by clicking the “Browse Instructor Resources” button.
  • Requirements: Review the list of required applications carefully and determine if you meet each requirement or need to install a program. Links to download installers are provided.

Student Data Files


To download student data files from the Internet Resource Center, please click here.

FAQ - Instructor Resources DVD:

What do I do if a resource does not open when I click it?

In most cases, clicking a resource opens that resource in the default application that you have set for your computer to associate with its file type. If a file does not open when you click it, check the default settings on your computer and make sure you have a program set to open the file type. (See the Help feature of your operating system for instructions on setting defaults for your computer.)

  • If you have two or more versions of a program installed on your computer, you may have trouble opening a file even if you have the default set. For example, If you have Adobe® Acrobat® Reader installed and also have Adobe® Acrobat® Standard or Adobe® Acrobat® Pro installed, you may have trouble opening PDFs. Selecting Adobe® Acrobat® Standard or Adobe® Acrobat® Pro as the default handler for PDF files usually resolves the issue.
  • Microsoft® PowerPoint® Viewer will sometimes fail to open Microsoft® PowerPoint® files (PPT). The full version of Microsoft® PowerPoint® does not have this issue.