Word 2007 pleading templates now available for a low introductory price

January 9, 2010 at 11:47 am

Bargain alert!

For a short time — between now and February 15, 2010 — we will be offering our basic pleading templates for Word 2007 for sale for the low introductory price of $9.50 each. After February 15, the price will go up to $15.00 per template (still a very reasonable sum for such an essential item!).

Note that this price applies only to our simple 24-point templates (you can choose between one that “suppresses” page numbering on the first page and one that doesn’t do so). The templates are not interactive, and they don’t contain codes for the file name and path. However, they do include a California Rules of Court-compliant footer (incorporating a page number code and the requisite horizontal line, plus a placeholder for the short document title) that is easy to modify to suit your needs. And, upon request, we will change the jurisdiction from the default — Los Angeles County — to the county of your choice.

If you are interested in buying a basic pleading template, drop us a note at our primary business address or at templates AT compusavvy DOT com. We’ll provide more information and instructions for completing the purchase. In the meantime, we will make images of both templates available on the CompuSavvy web site (and will provide a link here**) so that you can get an idea of what they look like before deciding to buy.

Please allow a few days for us to process your request.

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**Here is what the template with the page number “suppressed” on the first page looks like: Pleading With “Suppressed” Page Number

And here is what the template with the page number on all pages looks like:
Pleading With Page Number on All Pages

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