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Feasibility Study Template by ModernAnalyst.com

Feasibility Study Template by ModernAnalyst.com
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Posted by: adrian on Sunday, December 7, 2008

Feasibility Study Template - an MS Word template with pre-set fonts, styles, chapter headers and guidelines.

A feasibility study is the analysis of a problem to determine if it can be solved effectively. The goal of a feasibility study document is to identify each of the solution options available and to rate the likelihood of each option to achieve the desired results/value. 

In order to access this template from the “File/New” menu, change the file extension to ".dot" and copy the file in the MS Word template folder. For MS Word 2003 this folder is: "C:\Documents and Settings\Your Username\Application Data\Microsoft\Templates” . Then when you want to create a new document using this template you will follow these steps: “File/New” then on the right hand side of the screen select “On my computer...” and choose this template from the “General” tab on the “Templates” window that pops up.

Copyright (c) ModernAnalyst.com - You are allowed to:

  • use and modify this template
  • replace the Modern Analyst logo with your company logo
  • as long as you reference the source.

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COMMENTS

baldrick posted on Monday, March 9, 2009 12:56 PM
an MS Word template with pre-set fonts, styles ..

Styles!!! The styles are a mess. The template looks good, but I recommend fixing the styles and reposting.

Les.

P.S. Why is it that we put the document revision history in the front of the document? Who reads this stuff? Why is it so important that it must go before the document contents? If I want to know the revision history of a document, I will go look in my document management system .. that's where it should be maintained.
kimmeyh posted on Friday, July 12, 2013 11:22 AM
When putting it in the back, it is never seen and thus never updated. At least at the front you have a fighing chance. I try to make the section as small as reasonably possible.
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