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1 Were-Filing! The following is a step by step overview showcasing e-Filing in the Franklin County Court of Common Pleas. This slideshow relates mainly to e-Filing in the Appeals Division. e-Filing in the Appeals Division is mandatory at this time for all filings. Refer to File.cfm for updates on e-Filing in other divisions of the Franklin County Clerk of Courts Office.www.franklincountyohio.gov/clerk/e- File.cfm

2 Were-Filing! You are encouraged to refer to the e-Filing link or contact the e-Filing Help Line at the end of this presentation, as the entire legal community – including attorneys, paralegals, the court and its staff, and Franklin County Deputy Clerks – transition to this revolutionary and efficient process. Thank you, Franklin County Clerk of Courts Staff

3 Introduction to e-Filing in the Appeals Division

4 What to Expect From This Session Appeals Division e-Filing Schedule of Events What you need to e-File in the Appeals Division Online resources and helpful links How to: – Filing an Original Action – Filing a case on appeal from the Common Pleas Court, Civil Division – Filing pleadings to an existing case – Checking Notifications

5 Appeals e-Filing Schedule of Events EventDate Notices of Appeal from Lower CourtsAugust 1, 2012 Pilot Testing – All CasesSeptember 12, 2012 Filing of Original ActionsSeptember 12, 2012 Clerk of Courts e-Filing TrainingWeekly in October, 2012 Appeals e-Filing GO LIVE DATENovember 8, 2012 * See Tenth District Local Rules for more details… W E A R E L I V E !

6 What do you need to e-File? Computer with Internet browsing capabilities Scanner Ability to create.PDF files – Recommended setting: 300 DPI Word Processer capable of exporting to MS Word format or later – The system will only accept.DOC or.DOCX – Other documents types (e.g. Corel Word Perfect or Apple Pages) must be re- formatted to.DOC or.DOCX – Used primarily in other Division e-Filing

7 Online Resources & Helpful Links Adobe Acrobat: Adobe Acrobat is the recommended software for creating.PDF files. PDF Conversion Plug-In for Microsoft Office 2007: This plug-in will give you the ability to save your files in.PDF format if you are running Office Corel WordPerfect: Corel WordPerfect will allow you to convert your files to.DOC or.PDF. Newer versions will also allow you to convert your files to.DOCX.

8 Recap: Registration & Home Page

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12 How To: Filing an Original Action

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44 How To: Filing to an Existing Appeals Case

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55 When YOU e-File…YOU are Notified! Via … …And the system

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59 For More Information… Online Help Through the System https://efiling.franklincountyohio.gov/onlineHelp/fiDefault.htm Clerk of Courts YouTube Channel Youtube.com/clerkfranklincounty For Procedural & Technical Issues Appeals Division Number: (614) *Available Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm*

60 This Presentation Was Produced by: Franklin County Clerk of Courts Staff * Christopher Kopech, Business Operations Specialist Franklin County Clerk of Courts Staff * Christopher Kopech, Business Operations Specialist


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