Searching in ProDoc is rudimentary and browsing isn't that helpful. It is best to know precisely what the name of the form is that you are looking for. To search for a form, you need to know the area of law and then search by keyword.
If you use the form wizard, you must keep going until finished. You can not save it part way through.
The information on this guide has been prepared by LSC-North Harris Librarians for general information purposes only and should not be construed as, nor substituted for, legal advice. The library can help you determine if a form by a specific name is located online or in a library resource. We may also point you to library resources or other websites that discuss a specific legal topic and may contain drafting guides or templates. We cannot help you determine what form you need or assist you in filling out a form.
ProDoc Legal Forms software is available to all paralegal students at Lone Star.
Current paralegal students should contact the Paralegal Department to discover how to install ProDoc for use on their own personal computer while in school.
ProDoc is also available on four computers in the LSC-North Harris Library & Learning Center.
ProDoc is installed on four computers (Computers 5-8) on the 3rd floor of the LSC-North Harris Library.
Due to peculiarities of the software, when you use ProDoc on a Library computer, you will need to approve the administrator messages that pop-up and assign a Word Processor. The steps below will walk you through these two things.
ProDoc doesn't recognize Office 365, the version of Office used by LSC. To get documents to open in Word when using a computer on campus, you will need to tell ProDoc where to find Microsoft Word on the computer.
When documents are completed using ProDoc, they tend to close. ProDoc does not save files to an easy to find location, so students are often confused as to how to open their finished forms.
To access completed documents, you need to locate where they are on the computer. There are two ways that this can be done.
Find the File on the PC:
Copy the file location from ProDoc: