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Old 08-21-2017, 06:27 AM   #8
Steve Rindsberg
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>> After payment, I will submit all design files to him or take whatever steps needed to help get it produced. Does this make sense?

Sounds like a reasonable plan. The only caveat I'd mention is that most designers will turn over e.g. a PDF or some other file format that the client can take to their printer of choice (if they want to handle the printing themselves) but not the "source files" that'd allow the client to modify the work.

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