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Publish Online with The Documents Guy - Project Prep

Before The Documents Guy can quote a Project Fee you must first determine what you want to publish and what you want it to look like. The Documents Guy can help you decide about presentation of the output by providing samples. You also need to advise about your budget and timeline so The Documents Guy can determine whether or not the project looks compatible with those constraints.

It's a good idea to start small and simple for your first project. It will be easier for you to determine the scope and evaluate the results. You are less likely to modify the original specifications. You will feel more comfortable during the project and have a better grasp of how it is progressing. With the experience of a small project or two under your belt, you are less likely to get overwhelmed by larger projects. And a small project can be the first stage of a larger project, although there's nothing inherently wrong with having multiple small projects either.

Importantly, if a small project proves that publishing online with The Documents Guy is not the way to go, you won't bankrupt yourself finding out.

If you've never scoped a publishing project, The Documents Guy can provide guidelines and materials to help you do it. There is no charge for providing a quote so you must scope your project, although The Documents Guy can provide some guidance.

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