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  1. Kate Toon wrote on

    I do something similar but just type COMPANY NAME, then do a search and replace for that with the real company name. Same goes for other elements.

    1. Glenn Murray wrote on

      Yeah, that makes sense. Problem for me would be simply forgetting what to Ctrl+H for. Actually, the real problem would be WORRYING that I was forgetting. I’m like that. :-(

  2. Steve Manning wrote on

    Excellent post Mr Murray!
    The voiceover guy you hired for the video is very slick :)
    I use a standard template for proposals as well, but this is definitely a more efficient way to go about things.

    1. Glenn Murray wrote on

      Thansk Steve. I paid the voiceover guy big dollars, so he’d better be good! ;-)

      Re efficiency, yeah, I think it is. There’s a bit of overhead in setting it up, but it doesn’t take long to pay itself off (in time), and it immediately pays itself off in peace of mind.

  3. Camilla wrote on

    A friend recommended me BidSketch, but that costs money.
    I use InDesign. I hope I can figure out a way to do this using that program…

    1. Glenn Murray wrote on

      Haven’t used either, so can’t offer you any advice there, I’m afraid. Sorry. :-\

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