Hi, new to this group; I'm an MS Office developer/MS Word specialist. I have a product called apps WorkSmart (see video here: www.appsforoffice.com/wp-html/products.html
) which allows you to create a template in MS Word, which has all the content you might have in a proposal. Usually when you send a proposal to a Finance company you might have a slightly different Exec Summary, Product Overview, Case Studies, etc, than the proposal you might send to a Manufacturing company, or a Health organisation. You mark up your template content using Word's inbuilt bookmarking functionality, and add your matching business rules to an Excel workbook. When a user runs the template with the apps WorkSmart addin installed, the user is led through a screen questionnaire that matches the business rules, and they select, for example, what type of company (if you select Finance, it deletes the Manufacturing and Health Exec Summary and Product Overview), they can select which Case Studies they want left in, and which products etc. This kind of proposal would usually take a half day to manually delete all the areas that you don't want - you can not only create the customer-centric proposal in about 60 seconds, but give your colleagues a flow chart to follow instead of lengthy instructions. I tend to develop according to feedback from customers and have a PowerPoint version on the drawing board. PowerPoint is quite primitive as a development space though. I've worked with HotDocs which can be tedious, but which does a lot more than apps WorkSmart. Happy to chat about your ideas, or even if you would like my feedback on tools you are looking at; I can maybe give you some ideas about what to look for and avoid.