The answer is yes. It is usually the most cost-effective document assembly for lawyers. Plus, it’s simple to use and understand. However, you should be aware of some limitations that are present with this type of document assembly for lawyers. For instance, you cannot always assemble the documents into one file or folder on your computer unless they are all in a specific format (legal size paper). If they are not legal size paper then using docuwer will only extract the attachments so if they have been renamed or moved after being extracted from their original location on your computer system then there may be problems when trying to assemble them together as one file structure. Also depending upon how many people have contributed to producing these digital files can affect where on your hard drive you want to store them making triaging issues difficult..
Is Docuwer Document Assembly Software free? Can I download it?
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