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Time Matters Training and Support Services

Get organized now with Time Matters®, the popular case/project management software. Arita Damroze, President of A.B. Sims, LLC, has been a Time Matters Certified Independent Consultant since 1995, and is certified on all of the Lexis Practice Management products. We provide consulting, integration, training, and data conversion services. Call 816-698-2488 or click here to schedule a personalized session.

Time Matters® Pricing:

A price increase was effective 1/1/17. Prices may change without notice.

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Time Matters® Training and Support Documents:

We provide customized training handouts for your office when engaged for on site or web-based training.

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Time Matters® Add-Ons:

Ask us about Out of the Box practice systems for Time Matters.

A.B. Sims is an Out of the Box Authorized Consultant

Ask us about IP Associates Templates and Training Guides.

A.B Sims is an Authorized Reseller for IP Associates

Time Matters® FAQ:

Q. How do I re-establish the Time Matters link with Outlook?

In Outlook, select File > Options > Add-Ins and at the bottom of this window set Manage to Disabled Items. Help > Disabled Items and click Go. (For earlier versions of Outlook use Help > Disabled Items.) Look for LexisNexis Practice Management integration. If it’s there, highlight it and click Enable.

If LexisNexis Practice Management is enabled, and you still can’t link…

  1. Exit Time Matters, Outlook and all other MS Office Applications.
  2. Right-click your Time Matters icon and pick Run as Administrator.
  3. In Time Matters, go to File > Setup > General > Workstation Level.
  4. Click Additional Program Setup.
  5. Uncheck Outlook and TMConnect transfers regarding information to Outlook and click OK.
  6. Open File > Setup > General > Workstation Level again. Outlook should be checked. Also check TMConnect transfers regarding information to Outlook.
  7. Open Outlook.

Q. How do I get the Time Matters buttons to show in Microsoft Word?

  1. Exit Time Matters, Outlook and all other Microsoft Office Applications.
  2. Right-click your Time Matters icon and pick Run as Administrator.
  3. In Time Matters, go to File > Setup > General > Workstation Level.
  4. Click External Program Setup (for earlier versions select Additional Program Setup).
  5. Uncheck Microsoft Word and click OK.
  6. Open File > Setup > General > Workstation Level again. Microsoft Word should be checked. Also Disable Word Caution Message.
  7. Open Word. You should now see the Time Matters ribbon.

Q. Outlook is not prompting me to save outgoing emails to Time Matters. How do I turn on that option?

In Outlook select File > Options > Add-Ins.

  • Highlight LexisNexis Practice management Integration.
  • Click the Add-in Options button.

  • Check Prompt to Connect when Sending an Email.

Q. I don't see all of my matters on the Matters List. Where are they?

When matters don’t show on the list it’s usually because there is a filter on the list. Is the search button marked with the red slash like this?

If so, that means your list is opening up to a pre-filtered sub-set of matters. Click the Options button and make sure your pre-search is set to All Records.

Q. On my related tabs for a Matter, Time Matters shows all of the related records for the client, not just the matter. How do I see only the related records for the matter?

Click the Properties button on the sub-list toolbar and change the List settings to show only records for the Matter, as shown here:

Q. My Matter Power Views show all of the document, phone and other records for the client, not just for the selected matter. How do I see only the records for the matter?

Open any matter and go to the Related Tab and click Options

Uncheck Contact. This setting will apply to all matters

Exit and reopen Time Matters.

Q. How much of my Time Matters data can I access with Time Matters Mobility?

You may View, Add and Edit these record types with the limitations noted on this chart: