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Subject:Re: RoboHelp for Word or RoboHelp Office? From:"Nora Merhar" <nora -at- helloworld -dot- sh> To:"TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com> Date:Sat, 26 Jun 2004 21:05:49 -0000 (GMT)
> My new client and I have agreed (and will sign a contract confirming
> it), that we will agree on a time frame and cost of individual legs of
> the whole project. My guess is that those subagreements should also be
> in writing and signed. Is that correct? Or are verbal agreements all
> right? I've met with the client and it seems as if we can deal with one
> another just as in any other relationship of trust. Should I be worried
> about eventualities that I cannot foresee now and get agreement as to
> cost in writing?
Haven't gone back to the archives to check, but did you not have some
trouble with a customer a few months ago because you had different
expectations about how your pay would be arrived at?
I would think, that being the case, you'd be getting everything in
writing, and making sure that you both understand the deliverables at
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