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Hi all,

I was wondering how your customers use the resume/invoice/letterheads of items on sale here.

For example, I’m creating a killer invoice design for a customer ;) Now here all are Photoshop or inDesign files.

However unless you are a designer these are really of no use to you. My client is not going to fire up Photoshop/inDesign everytime they need to invoice someone, never mind having to learn how to use them first. You need something workable with a word processor or any other common office software where you can just input the numbers and press print.

How do you make that work?

Any tips would be appreciated :)



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I have yet to find a good solution. I use photoshop everytime

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