Proposa's Builder has a series of tabs with customizable controls to get the look and feel on your proposal just right.

Content

The Content tab is where you work your magic and supply the content that's going to move a prospect to a customer.

Fonts and Font Sizing

As a general rule, we've create gorgeous and robust themes to handle visual symmetry and to ensure that you don't need to be an artist to creating stunning proposals. As such, all font types, sizes, and styles are handled for you. You do have an option of changing the font size to create a general hierarchy within your content.

A Normal font selection is what you want to set for most of your content. However, if you have an especially important piece of content that needs visual distinction, choose the Large font selection to see how that feels.

Tagline

Taglines are a universal element among all Proposa content types. The tagline gives a top level reference for what the recipient is looking at. Try coupling a tagline and a heading for a great way to instill topline references to your recipients.

Taglines are optional. If you choose not to use a tagline, simply mark the Hide box.

Heading

Headings are your dominant piece of content across all Proposa content types. Perhaps not mysteriously, your heading will show up larger and often bolder than the rest of your content.

Headings are optional. If you choose not to use a heading, simply mark the Hide box.

Content

The Content field is where you'll likely do most of your writing. This can be anything from an explanation of services, a bit of history about your team, or an introduction to a prospect to your services.

You have some control over font styles within the Content field including bold, italic, underline, links, images, and video.

Columns

If you chose to have multiple columns in the Design tab, you'll see an exact replication of fields for your second column. Have at them!

Note: column-based layouts are only available on the Panel element.

Tables

Tables have specific actions to help you assemble tables of various sizes and formats.

Navigating to the Content tab and the Table subtab will give you a button that will launch the table editor. The table editor will bring up a familiar spreadsheet style format to building your table.

On the left, you'll see a few options to help stylize your table. First row as header will create specific styles to create a distinct header out of the first row. Include footer will give you some additional text space to go below the table.

The three buttons above the table will allow you to add a row, add a column, or trim the table which will remove whole rows or columns with no values in them.

Double clicking in each cell will bring up a familiar editor which will enable you to insert rich text and stylize accordingly. Using the tab key will navigate you from cell to cell.

Once you're done, hit apply changes and then save to insert your table.

Lists

Navigating to the Content tab of a List will bring up an interface to help you create the list. Note that when you first click on the Content tab, you'll be in the Introduction section which will give you controls closely related to the Panel so you can add some introductory text. The subtab beside Introduction is List which will yield the interface below:

First choose your list type. The bulleted list or the ordered list.

Clicking Add Item in the lower part of the dialog will create a new blank list item. Provide content and you're good to go.

You can delete list items by clicking the X to the right or you can edit the list item by clicking the numbered circle to the left.

Note: as you build your list, you won't instantly see the list on your proposal. Click Save and you'll see your slideshow in its full glory.

Slideshows

Navigating to the Content tab of the Slideshow will give you an interface closely related to the List. Note that when you first click on the Content tab, you'll be in the Introduction section which will give you controls closely related to the Panel so you can add some introductory text. The subtab beside Introduction is List which will yield the interface below:

Clicking Add Slide in the lower part of the dialog will create a new blank list item. Provide content and you're good to go.

You can delete slides by clicking the X to the right or you can edit the slide by clicking the numbered circle to the left.

Note: as you build your slideshow, you won't instantly see the list on your proposal. Click Save and you'll see your slideshow in its full glory.

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