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Low-tech issue: the rest of the world (outside the US) does not use legal size paper. When wet signatures are required, say from Chinese or German buyers, and the legal size document is emailed to them they have no way of reproducing the document without reducing it to their standard A4 size. If you've encountered this problem how did you solve it?
From a recent post: "After scouring dozens of listings online and spending his Saturdays and Sundays visiting properties in person, Guiro came away frustrated. The pictures he reviewed online just didn’t match up with the properties he saw in person." That's because we do not have wide-angle eyes. ;-)
We had cont. ed for computer classes years ago, I remember taking classes for Word, Publisher ms products, maybe mid 90s? I think they were offered through our local real estate association. Ohio there was a limited number of continuing ed hours that could be computer related but that's been done away with. I think other than the required courses it could all be technology so long as it is approved by the state. Using a tablet / iPad / computer today to me is a lot more a lot more intuitive than using a pc was way back when.