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Upcoming Webinars

Past Webinars

Savvy hosts webinars regularly. Below, we’ve shared a list of past topics. We record all of our webinars and they are available for free to Savvy subscribers, or $149 for non-subscribers. Contact Savvy for more information.
  • Mastering Paragraph Formatting
  • Working with Sequence Fields
  • Advanced Forms
  • Formatting – How to Use Tabs/Indents
  • Tips & Tricks for Law Firms
  • Working with Field Codes
  • Working with Graphics
  • Multi-Level Numbering Using Styles
  • Reducing Repetitive Tasks
  • Review Tab, Comments and Track Changes
  • How to Troubleshoot and Fix Word Formatting
  • Leveraging Microsoft Teams for Successful Meetings
  • Tips & Tricks
  • Quick Tips
  • An Introduction
  • Advanced Forms
  • How to Retouch Photos
  • Working with Text
  • Basic Photo Editing
  • Be a Meeting Management (and Participant) Superhero
  • Networking: Not Just for Extroverts
  • Navigating Difficult Conversations in the Workplace
  • Top 12 Tricks for iPhone 12
  • Using Index and Match Functions
  • How to Create a Timesheet
  • Data Validation
  • Power Query
  • PivotTables
  • Advanced PivotTables
  • Using Custom Number Formats
  • Charts
  • Quick Tips
  • Working with Data
  • Excel Basics
  • Using and Creating Graphics
  • Reducing Repetitive Tasks
  • 10: Tips & Tricks
  • Protect & Standardize
  • Share & Review
  • Forms & Signatures
  • Create & Edit
  • Signatures, Forms, Passwords & Redaction
  • Create, Convert & Modify
  • Power PDF Pro: Portfolios
  • Power PDF Advanced: How to Create a Fillable Form

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Savvy Survey

Savvy Training & Consulting runs an annual survey on Training in the Legal Industry. Themes in this year’s results cover: 1) An increase in LMS procurement, 2) A more targeted and proactive approach to training, and 3) A static/declining interest in training among timekeepers. Download the full report below.