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> Because we have a new logo, marketing has requested that every one of our
> manuals that we have in stock should be reprinted with the new logo to
> create new masters.
> For the sake of time and money, I think we should just use up what we have
> of our current manuals and use the new logo on revisions.
How about a compromise? You can get stick-on labels with the new logo much
more cheaply than you can reprint the manuals -- especially when your time is
factored in. Why not get a set of stick on labels with the new logo and stick
them over the old logo in the old manuals, then produce reprints with the new
logo as they're needed.
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