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Old 11-16-2005, 09:28 AM   #1
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Bid Sheet


I already looked at (take a form leave a form) didn't see one.
who has a good bid (estimate) sheet. can you post it?
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Old 11-16-2005, 05:22 PM   #2
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Re: Bid Sheet


Do you mean customer info/estimate notes, or an actual take-off form?

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Do you mean customer info/estimate notes, or an actual take-off form?
I mean the actuall estimate you write up and give the potential customer. I've seen several but none I actually like. ie there is one in the national estimator but it's just too much. just like to know what everyone elese uses
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I mean the actuall estimate you write up and give the potential customer. I've seen several but none I actually like. ie there is one in the national estimator but it's just too much. just like to know what everyone elese uses
also did a search. there are plenty on this forum but I can't open them. they all say corrupt file. no-one has something to post here?
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also did a search. there are plenty on this forum but I can't open them. they all say corrupt file. no-one has something to post here?

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Is this what you are looking for?
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File Type: doc E-Contract 2004.doc (36.5 KB, 363 views)
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how about a good form for take offs?

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