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    Is there anyone who is into Business Proposel design. Meaning the company gives you the text contant and you have to use your colour sence and vizual images to make them look good. I am doing this for the first time i dont know how to do.
    This is a marketing team where they write up business preposel's and give it to there clients. They want the preposel's to look good, So with the help of a GD they make it look good and this is in soft copy and Hard copy. I can make it look good with colours, Images, Layouts etc. But does this have any standards and perticular international format, that we should follow.

    Last edited by kapilchakravarthy; 05-27-2005, 06:29 AM.
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