Tables, diagrams, maps and graphs are a great way of highlighting information in a document.
The most usual fonts to use in proposals are Arial and Calibri. This applies to headings as well as main body text.
If you are recycling text between tenders you must ensure all traces of the previous customer are removed.
Infographics are diagrams which present complex information quickly and clearly.
Where you have the freedom to set a page style, do so with the reader in mind.
Electronic documents often contain embedded information such as tracked changes, editing dates and author details. These may be pieces of information you do not want your reader to see.
Very few customers print proposals in colour and equally few review documents on a screen.
There is a growing trend towards the use of graphics in proposals. They can be incredibly effective in conveying key information.
Graphics are a great way to add interest to a proposal document. There are a huge range of options available including graphs, tables, maps, photographs and charts.
Pictures, diagrams and tables are a great way to add interest to your proposals. They make your document easier to read and can highlight important points that might otherwise be buried in the text.