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Jul 25, 2011 3:35 pmemail vs fax#

Paul Finkelstein
My client finished the 150+ pages for a book I was designing for him. He didnít feel comfortable using e-mail, and he proceeded to send me 150+ pages of text by fax.

On the first attempt, the text printed horizontally on vertical page, the sides getting cut-off.

On the second attempt, the text printed vertically on a horizontal page, the top and bottom getting cut-off.



On the third attempt, I drove to the clients office and e-mailed it to myself.



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Jul 25, 2011 4:48 pmemail vs fax#

Mike Fesler BizHarmony
Sounds like a client. . . that doesn't need to be a client.

Blessings,
M.


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Jul 25, 2011 8:36 pmre: email vs fax#

Matt West
Also Mike,
It sounds like this client needs additional contract help on the project but that additional help would only make things worse!
Truly,
Matt


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