Monday, August 25, 2014

Not-for-Resale (NFR) Software

When you ship an evaluation copy of your application to an editor, reviewer, or blogger, you might want to mark the CD, DVD, and box with the "Not for resale" notation.

This indicates that the software that you've shipped is a courtesy copy of your application, and that it cannot be resold. Be sure to put NFR stickers or rubber-stamp markings on the printed manual, registration card, and everything that you ship to the editors.

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