Re: Client Complaint
A client for whom I am converting books to Microsoft Word (from PageMaker
via PDFs) has complained that I am moving too fast and that he cannot keep
up. All I did was send him four completed manuals over the weekend.
He asks for a few days so that he can respond to my e-mails. Actually,
only one e-mail had a question about the sixth book that needs a response.
I'm not going to respond to his message, but I did want to blow off a
Thanks for listening. Maybe this goes into the "You Can't Win"
Department...I don't know.
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Client Complaint: From: Bonnie Granat
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