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MMACJA 2018 Annual Courts Conference Materials

Click the button below to download the 2018 Conference eNotebook. Please note: Additional materials are available below.

2018 Conference eNotebook (PDF; 26 MB)

If you are having trouble with the link above, try this one:

eNotebook Backup Download Link

The PDF version of the notebook has been optimized for use on a laptop or tablet. You will find that the Bookmarks Panel help you jump directly to any section in the notebook, and they are labeled by date and time of each session. Additionally, the Index page (page 2) is hyperlinked so that you can tap on any session page number and title and jump directly to that section. Also, on pages 3 to the end, tapping the top center of each page will take you back to the index page.

Additional Materials

When speakers provide materials after the notebook has gone to print, you will find those materials here.

Info on Electronic Materials

Providing the conference notebook in electronic version saves the Association money in printing costs, as well as the other benefits listed below. In this document, you will find some advantages of using electronic documents, lists of computer and tablet programs that will allow you to annotate the conference eNotebook, and instructions for saving a PDF on your mobile device.

Download These Instructions as a PDF

Benefits of Electronic Materials

  • Fully searchable!
  • Saves paper
  • Significant cost reduction for the organization
  • Much lighter than a paper notebook
  • More portable than a paper notebook
  • Everyone in your office can have a copy
  • Compatible with a variety of devices, from smartphones, laptops, and tablets to eReaders and desktop computers, as the file(s) will be in PDF format
  • Easier to save for future reference

PC Apps that Support Annotation

  • Adobe Acrobat Reader DC – Free. Available here

iPad Apps that Support Annotation

Prices and availability could change at any time; these lists provided without guarantee of accuracy or availability.

  • Notability - $1.99. Syncs with Dropbox, Google Drive, Box, WebDAV, and allows annotations.
  • iAnnotate – Free and $9.99. Requires an account, syncs with Dropbox, Google Drive, Box, iCloud, WebDAV, and allows annotations.
  • neu.Annotate: $1.99. Syncs with iCloud; can import from/to Dropbox, Box, WebDAV, iTunes.
  • PaperPort Notes – Free.
  • GoodReader: $4.99. Syncs with Dropbox, OneDrive, Google Drive, Box, WebDAV and allows annotations.
  • Adobe Reader – Free. Syncs with

Android Apps that Support Annotation

  • iAnnotate – Free.
  • ezPDF Reader – Various versions: Free, $0.99, $3.99. Syncs with desktop version and integrates with Google Drive and Dropbox.
  • RepliGo PDF Reader - $2.99. Syncs with Dropbox, Google Drive, Box, and SkyDrive.
  • Adobe Reader – Free.

How to Download & Access a PDF on Your Mobile Device

If your device is not listed here, email the file to the email address used with that device, and try downloading the file via email. You will be prompted to open the file in whichever installed app can handle PDFs. iPad or iPhone
  1. Visit > “2018 Conf. eNotebook” (use Safari for best results).
  2. Click one of the two download buttons. If you use the second button, you will need to click the “Download” button in the upper right hand corner once the second page loads.
  3. Once the file opens, tap the middle of the screen.
  4. Tap the arrow that appears in the upper right-hand corner.
  5. Tap Open in “iBooks”, wait for the file to load in iBooks.
  6. To access the Bookmarks, click the bulleted list image in the upper left-hand corner, then click the icon in the upper right-hand corner that has three horizontal lines in it. Use the bookmarks to jump to different sections of the notebook.

Other Tablets and eReaders

  1. Visit > “2018 Conf. eNotebook” (use Safari for best results).
  2. Click one of the two download buttons. If you use the second button, you will need to click the “Download” button in the upper right hand corner once the second page loads.
  3. Once the file opens, tap 3 dots menu, then select “Open with…”, then open the file with the PDF reader of your choices (Nook, Kindle, Google Drive, etc.)
  4. If the file doesn’t open automatically, go to the My Files app and locate the PDF in the Downloads folder.

Other Tablets and eReaders without Internet Access or a Web Browser

  1. On your computer, visit > “2018 Conf. eNotebook”
  2. Click one of the two download buttons to download the file to your computer. Be sure to save it to a location that you can navigate to later.
  3. Connect your device to your computer using the USB cable.
  4. Open Windows Explorer (WIN key + E) to view files on your device.
  5. Drag and drop the file from your computer to the My Files > Documents folder on your device.