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  • By admin, September 14, 2011 @ 4:16 pm

    Dear Seamus,
    For a long time attorneys have been requesting some way of knowing in advance about my upcoming seminars. Now it’s easy. If you follow Freedman Consulting on Facebook, then you will know when I have an upcoming seminar, and where. See you there!

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  • By patricia kim park, March 15, 2014 @ 5:36 am

    Ellen, I am about to change the firm from Word to Wrd Perfect and read you 2006 article (I found you on Google). It was uncanny – you answered most every question I had about whether Word Perfect has become obsolete.

    However, you said you were going to try the the “latest version of Word Perfect”w hich would allow creation of Word, Excdel and Power Point documents from within WP. Your article was written in 2006. May I ask the result of your try out? We would hate to lose WP.

    Also, haaving “stumbled” upon this blog, is this a service to which one pays to subscribe? Is there a description of what the service is?

    I would appreciate hearing from you.

  • By Ellen, March 25, 2014 @ 7:39 pm

    First, there is no cost to subscribe to the blog. If you cursor down the right vertical menu, there is a place where you can subscribe by putting in your email. You will receive a notification and link whenever a new post is made.

    I’m trying to remember back to 2006. . . I hardly remember yesterday! I think that I decided not to invest the dollars when I finally had time to do so. The reality hasn’t changed, though. The war is over. The evil empire has won. Get over it!

  • By Ted Palmer, March 21, 2015 @ 12:53 am

    I am guessing because a am not an expert on building websites yet. From outward appearances I would say that your website was created using WordPress. I am in the process of converting my website to WordPress. I would like to have my blog posts organized and presented in a way that is similar to yours. If indeed your website was created using WordPress, could you tell me what Theme was used? I won’t be plagiarizing your website. I have more than a couple of other options that I also want. Plus I plan to use some selective key words from the description of your theme choice to search google for other themes of similar design and function. Thank you in advance.

  • By Ellen, March 26, 2015 @ 7:34 pm

    My theme is MagicBlue.

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