Comparing version 7 with version 8
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TURNING IN YOUR ENTIRE FIRST JOURNAL SET WHEN IT'S DUE
- Now all you need to do is email the resulting "one big file" to me on the day the first journal set is due (the hour doesn't matter). Label the email subject line concisely as follows: "E
+ Now all you need to do is email the resulting "one big file" to me on the day the first journal set is due (the hour doesn't matter). Label the email subject line concisely as follows: "E1 Journal 1, Your First and Last Name." Please don't combine a message containing your journal set with a paper draft or other important item -- messages get misplaced that way. EXPECT AN EMAIL CONFIRMATION -- IF YOU DON'T RECEIVE ONE WITHIN 3 DAYS OF THE ''DUE DATE,'' I MAY NOT HAVE RECEIVED YOUR JOURNAL. If no confirmation arrives, please resend your set, making sure to address and label the message correctly. <u>IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO CHECK WITH ME PROMPTLY</u> IF IT APPEARS THAT I HAVEN'T RECEIVED A DOCUMENT YOU'VE SENT. A note to users of programs other than Microsoft Word XP/Vista: I can open files with Vista's new ".docx" extension and I can handle .wps files, but if you're using a Mac or a PC with some uncommon word-processing program, I may have trouble translating and opening your file. It's best in such cases just to paste your journal set right into an ordinary email.