PowerPoint Presentation: This is your Louisiana Pro Bono Net newsletter. Click on this image to listen to the presentation. You can also scroll down the e-mail you received to read the text and to see the links. PowerPoint Presentation: Welcome to the language access issue of your newsletter. You will learn more about Limited English Proficiency (LEP) and plain language resources on probono.net/la. PowerPoint Presentation: First we have a request. Have a smart phone? You can help us test and improve the development site for the mobile version of Louisiana LawHelp – our site with free legal information and resources. See m.louisianalawhelp.org on your phone. Try it out. See "survey" near the top of the display to send in your comments. PowerPoint Presentation: It is a small world, after all. Or it can be if you use LEP resources on probono.net/la. See this folder in the Civil Law Practice Area Library: Limited English Proficiency ( LEP )/ Interpreters/Hearing Impaired (See also Foreign Language and Plain Language Access) . PowerPoint Presentation: Wait – there’s more! Check out the “ Foreign Language and Plain Language Access ” folder in your Civil Law Practice Area Library. Featured item: “ How to Write So It’s Easy to Read ” by the Legal Aid Society of Middle Tennessee and the Cumberlands. PowerPoint Presentation: This month’s tech tip! PowerPoint Presentation: Keep it clean and simple -- WriteClearly.org. PowerPoint Presentation: Check out the Online Plain Language Gadget. Paste in some text. Click. See the results. PowerPoint Presentation: Bonus! How to tell Word to give you the reading level of what you write. First click the Word button in the upper left corner of the screen. Pick Word Options. PowerPoint Presentation: Go to Word Options. Go to Proofing. Pick the options you want, like “Show Readability Statistics.” PowerPoint Presentation: Stay tuned for the next edition. New items for your online practice library. Tech tips. More. PowerPoint Presentation: You received this mailing because you belong to probono.net/la , Louisiana’s online resource for lawyers and advocates serving the public interest. These mailings highlight material on the site. Please share your ideas. For questions, comments or requests to discontinue receipt of this e-mail: write firstname.lastname@example.org.