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Old 11-13-2008, 04:29 AM   #7
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They don't seem to like or dislike the one-column format. They just don't see anything wrong with it.
Now, you have to play psychologist. I'd say either they have a reason they like it, but they're not ready to say so, or they are waiting on how they think about you. But it even could be something like the original designer was someone's favorite niece. Usually, though, I find that in these situations the client just really doesn't want to admit that you are the expert. So you're in a situation that requires time and patience, if you have it.

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