Like hidden placeholders, TA entries tell Microsoft Word what text in a document (i.e. a brief, motion, pleading, etc.) to include in a Table of Authorities. These TA entries are considered “native” to Microsoft Word and work seamlessly with the program’s in-place Table of Authorities feature. As the only Table of Authorities solution to do so, ezBriefs utilizes native TA entries as opposed to proprietary entries so that users and recipients alike can edit, share, and receive a brief built by ezBriefs without internet access or logging in to the ezBriefs platform. In contrast, some programs including Lexis for Microsoft Office by LexisNexis, Drafting Assistant by Thomson Reuters, and Best Authority by Litera prohibit access and collaboration by anyone not possessing a license to those programs.