NYLJ: Paterson Charged With Ethics Violation Over World Series Tickets

;Free Breaking News:</font> Paterson Charged With Ethics Violation Over World Series Tickets

The state Commission on Public Integrity said today that there is reasonable cause to believe that the governor had accepted five $425 tickets from the New York Yankees as a gift in violation of Public Officers Law Ё73(5)(a)(b).

Read the commission’s Notice of Reasonble Cause.

Ruby for iPhone

Ruby Receptionists, a live virtual receptionist company today announced the launch of its Ruby for iPhone application on the Apple App Store. Included in the suite of tools is an instant “whereabouts” updater tool to instantly change where receptionists route calls and relay information to the receptionists to keep callers informed on when to expect a return call.

The app, which is free to current clients of Ruby’s virtual receptionist service, also lets customers see all of their calls and messages in one convenient spot, and the message detail screen features one tap to return calls. For more info contact:

Diana Stepleton
Ruby Receptionists
866-611-7829 office
dstepleton@callruby.com

Randy B. Singer-The MacAttorney Newsletter-PDF’s on the Mac

You can do most of what you need to do with respect to PDF’s on your
Macintosh for free!

Any application can export your document as a PDF on the Macintosh.
Just choose Print, and then click on the PDF button and choose Save As
PDF.

FormulatePro (free)
http://code.google.com/p/formulatepro/
Formulate will open your PDF forms and allow you to quickly and easily
fill in the blanks, without altering the original PDF. Formulate will
even allow you to fill in *locked* PDF forms, and save the filled-in
form as a template, or save the data you’ve previously used in a
form. Very easy to use.

PDF2RTFService (free)
http://www.devon-technologies.com/download/index.html
(scroll to bottom of page)
allows any program that can read RTF documents (including OS X’s
included TextEdit) to open a PDF document as an editable RTF document
and save it in RTF format!
(Assuming that the PDF document isn’t a graphic image of a text
document. PDF2RTFService does not do OCR.)

You can just use Apple’s included Preview program to combine PDF’s:
http://www.macosxhints.com/article.php?story=20071114191806624
http://www.macworld.com/article/143023/2009/09/combine_pdf_snow_leopard.html

PDFMerge-X (free)
http://www.malcom-mac.com/files/pdfmergex/PDFMergeX_2.0.zip
combine, transform and reorder the pages in your pdf documents

PDFLab (free)
http://www.iconus.ch/fabien/products/pleng/pleng.html
lets you split and join PDF documents as well as insert images and
blank pages, encrypt or decrypt a document, add a watermark, or
interleave several documents.

CocoaBooklet (free)
http://www.iconus.ch/fabien/products/cbeng/cbeng.html
This program lets you create a booklet out of a PDF file for printing,
which is known as pages imposition.

PS2PDF and Friends (free)
http://homepage.mac.com/catichenor/EdvantageSoft/FileSharing4.html
This is a collection of drag-and-drop AppleScripts that convert among
different Adobe file types. The stars of the show are the PostScript
to PDF converters, which emulate different settings of Acrobat
Distiller. There are other useful file converters and optimizers as
well.

You’ll need to download and install Ghostscript to use these
AppleScripts. The fastest and easiest way to do so is to download ESP
Ghostscript from the Gimp-Print website at: http://gimp-print.sourceforge.net/MacOSX.php3

___________________________________________
Randy B. Singer
Attorney at Law

Author of: The Macintosh Software Guide for the Law Office

Webmaster of: The Macintosh Law Office Software List
http://www.macattorney.com

Publisher of: The MacAttorney Newsletter

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