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post #31 of 108
Thank you Dough for sharing.
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post #32 of 108
Can you re-do this link. i can't get it
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post #33 of 108
Doug, that is fantastic! Must have taken you forever. Thanks so much for sharing. Ummm, pc illiterate. How do I find the header/footer?
post #34 of 108
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Originally Posted by korkyo

Can you re-do this link. i can't get it


It just worked for me. Hmm....but I did have to copy and paste the password!

Thanks, Doug! This is awesome!!
post #35 of 108
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remember the password IS case sensitive -- must capitalize both the J and the H

the dashes are typed from the home row at top of keyboard, not from the keypad

it's a ZERO and not an O (oh)

copy and paste is the easiest way to do it.
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post #36 of 108
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Originally Posted by cib

Doug, that is fantastic! Must have taken you forever. Thanks so much for sharing. Ummm, pc illiterate. How do I find the header/footer?



under old Word (97-2003) it's under the VIEW menu.

in new (and IMHO worse) Word 2007, just double click on the footer (the part at the bottom where you would edit the bakery address) and it will open up. (or you can go to the INSERT menu and click on footer and then click on EDIT FOOTER at the bottom of the menu that shows up)
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post #37 of 108
Yep, Doug, NEW Word and Excel moved backwards, sorry to go off-topic.
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post #38 of 108
Doug, thanks for this wealth of information and anwering my PM. I have the document downloaded on my desktop in Word. (Yea!) I have tried to remove the word sample and could not see how to do that from the header/footer view. I have Word 2002, I'll keep trying.

Thanks for all your help.
post #39 of 108
Doug, that is awesome! Thank you so much for the time and effort in producing such a backside covering (we're talking full coverage here....) contract. It's quite intimidating though...looking at it from the other side of the consultation table.


If unable to sign in with the cut and paste....try typing it in---------the cut and paste didn't work for me, I had to type it in.
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post #40 of 108
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post #41 of 108
Can anyone tell me how to get the word SAMPLE out of the contract? Thanks!
post #42 of 108
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Originally Posted by jen1977

Can anyone tell me how to get the word SAMPLE out of the contract? Thanks!



download the word version

then do VIEW HEADERS AND FOOTERS (or open the head/footer)

then delete it from there -- it's a piece of Word Art

I purposefully put it in the header/footer so it would show as a washed out image on all pages regardless of what was on the page (tables can make things go all wonky!)

HTH
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post #43 of 108
Hope all is well Doug. First and foremost, thank for providing such a template for your fellow decorators to utilize; your kindness and generosity is greatly appreciated! While I am able to view the contracts on-site when I go to the link you provided, it does not give me the option to download in a Word format and when I print it as a pdf, only half of each page of the contract is generated and I cannot extract any text. Would you mind forwarding the Word version to my attention under separate cover? My email address is kweli26@hotmail.com

Again, thank you for your assistance in this matter; your efforts are duly recognized and greatly appreciated!!!!
post #44 of 108
That is quite a contract Doug! If I had use for it I would be so grateful!!! Maybe I'll keep a copy for my dreams...LOL


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I saw the one about Vibrations and whilst the Beach Boys Good Vibrations is playing in my mind and I am sway-in in my seat. That one got me thinking... has music ever caused a cake to shimmy on down to it's demise?

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post #45 of 108
Wow!! This covered everything and then some!! Thanks SO MUCH!!
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