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12-Feb-2008, 02:26 PM #1
Question PC Repair Biz Forms?
Any guys who run their own business here? I am looking for some templates for forms to use in my PC Repair Biz. I have drafted an on-site visit checklist, a work order request form, a data backup verification form, and a liability waiver. is there any other forms that you guys may use that I'm missing? Any good urls for templates or ideas? Any help is greatly appreciated!
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12-Feb-2008, 03:17 PM #2
I'd just create the forms as you discover a need. No reason to create work where none is warranted.
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12-Feb-2008, 04:12 PM #3
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I'd just create the forms as you discover a need. No reason to create work where none is warranted.
Unless you're bidding on a government job.
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12-Feb-2008, 08:01 PM #4
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Unless you're bidding on a government job.
Yep, but I'll bet that's not the case here.

You also need a LOT more than sample forms for most government contracts, the forms are the least of your problems.
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13-Feb-2008, 10:54 AM #5
I made a few forms for my old biz. I took a chapter out of my car mechanic's book and made them all write-in forms. When I worked for Geek Squad I found that having 'problem codes' to pigeonhole customer issues made a lot of things harder to properly document.

Hope that helps!
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13-Feb-2008, 12:24 PM #6
I always include my CompTIA & MS Certification ID numbers on any documentation given to the customer.
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