I've edited my personal information from a recent contract. I've pretty much made my proposal into a contract by adding to it. Lots of copy and pasting to keep things easy. I also reuse proposals and contracts based on the type of work (just slight changes to personalize the new property. From $100/month to $1300/month is all about the same, just change to fit the property and what needs to be done. I try to break down the fees for residential, but not so much for commercial. Takes about 10 minutes to edit the whole thing. Note that I offer full service, and you will need to adjust for your business. Hope this helps some of you out there. BTW, I just reformatted my computer today, and haven't put Word back on yet. You will not be able to write over this file unless you know how to. I won't explain the method. Also, None of my proposals are given on site. I email each one in .PDF files. I use a program called Cute PDF writer to save them to PDF. This way they can't be edited, and I have a good communication trail through searchable email messages. If a customer doesn't use email, I really don't want to work for them (same if a customer doesn't leave a voice message), because I usually communicate after business hours.