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kyleh02
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AspenLaw StudyDesk

Postby kyleh02 » Thu May 20, 2010 11:25 am

Has anyone used this software program? It seems rather helpful for only $40.

http://www.aspenlaw.com/studydesk/

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wiseowl
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Re: AspenLaw StudyDesk

Postby wiseowl » Thu May 20, 2010 12:50 pm

it's decent. i won a drawing for a free copy, but got it too late in the semester to make much difference. you can import in aspen/glannon type guides and that worked pretty well for exams that weren't locked

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Re: AspenLaw StudyDesk

Postby webbylu87 » Thu May 20, 2010 1:21 pm

kyleh02 wrote:Has anyone used this software program? It seems rather helpful for only $40.

http://www.aspenlaw.com/studydesk/


I'll admit that I'm intrigued too.

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Duralex
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Re: AspenLaw StudyDesk

Postby Duralex » Thu May 20, 2010 1:52 pm

I'd like to know what kind of restrictions StudyDesk places on the ebooks Aspen sells for use with it. I know you can cut and paste--are there limits? Can you print them?

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Re: AspenLaw StudyDesk

Postby wiseowl » Thu May 20, 2010 2:03 pm

Duralex wrote:I'd like to know what kind of restrictions StudyDesk places on the ebooks Aspen sells for use with it. I know you can cut and paste--are there limits? Can you print them?



no printing. and cutting and pasting was a pain. no cut and paste directly from the books - you must create a StudyDesk "note" first, then you can paste (and print, I guess, but its just a wall of text at that point) from there but ONLY 4500 characters at a time.

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Duralex
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Re: AspenLaw StudyDesk

Postby Duralex » Thu May 20, 2010 2:38 pm

Bleh, useless.




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