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Subject:Issue about logo From:G <GailDeZ -at- comcast -dot- net> Date:Mon, 07 Aug 2006 15:45:27 -0400
I am new to this list and have been reading most of the e-mails by the
other members. I am glad I joined this list because it is very
informative and also you can share your knowledge with other writers.
Anyways I would like to pop a question and would appreciate a reply for
If company X has developed a software product for company Y and will be
providing company Y with a user manual for their clients who will be
the end users, is it right for company X to put their logo on the
front page ? or should the logo of company Y go in the front page?
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