It’s important that others see you the way you see yourself. That’s why every report or proposal you do has to not only be great, it’s got to look great too. It’s a reflection of the way you work and think.
We know the hoops you’ve had to go through to look good in the past. First you had to enlist the aid of tape, a typewriter, scissors, a chipped ruler that you borrowed from one of the secretaries and of course, the ubiquitous white-out.
Then the real struggle began, trying to get more coloured felt pen on your pie charts than your cuffs.
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In the business world, looking your best means being your best. And that, quite simply, is what the power of Macintosh is all about. The power to be your best.
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