I actually recommend against copying and pasting your cover letter across multiple jobs. You'll have a higher success rate if you actually take the time to read the job description, and write a relevant cover letter.
Well. Before you write your a cover letter in Notepad and then copy and paste it when you apply or bid a job.
N.B. for future use please save your notepad file in to your local pc. Thanks
I also save my proposals on google docs. So I now have like 20-25 different cover letters to choose from, and do minor tweakings to customize it for each job description(an maybe save it as a new template)....and with google docs you can access and edit anywhere (even offline), but I suppose that if you´re sending a proposal you might have internet access.
Hope that helps.
a) Don't do it. Don't ever do it if you want me to hire you. I don't hire people who send me recycled cover letters.
b) What kind of professional contractor doing online, computer-based work asks a question like this?
You shouldn't do this. But you should certainly know how to do this without posting a question in the forum.