You just have to use the report to moderator link on the offending post.
Messages - Andrew
Had some problems with the site today. These aren't really fixed yet, but hopefully the site will be usable for at least a day. I'll pick up on this tomorrow night and try to beautify the main page. Thanks for your patience.
Hopefully you've noticed the new format of the site. The main message board functions are now in the top left menu, and there are fewer non-discussion resource pages. If you experience any errors please let me know.
The site now has a new host and new software, so hopefully we can bring back search without crashing the server. I know everyone misses search.
« on: January 31, 2005, 07:44:14 PM »
I think grades are a great indication of future *grade* performance (not necessarily job performance). You're in a great situation. Just remember that everyone is still going to be studying hard, and you should too.
You can type ctrl+D to view the document properties (also available from the file menu). There you can see the "security" of the document. If the document does not allow modification, there isn't anything you can do. (This feature is often abused - I don't know why people think they need protect a form from being filled out, but the Massachusetts Bar application is a typical example of stupid security.)
If the document can be edited but just doesn't have fields, you can create fields with the full version of Adobe Acrobat (not Reader). It costs like $600, but you can go to their website and get a trial version. Then you can add fields and fill them out.
In the end, you might be stuck printing and using a typewriter or neat handwriting. (or messy handwriting, as I do to protest the fact that they locked the form)
« on: January 31, 2005, 07:29:52 PM »
I cleaned up big during my law school days. I ended up with a nice cordless phone, a cheap fondue set, and over $450 in gift certificates.