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Thread poster: Margreet Mohle

Margreet Mohle  Identity Verified
Canada
Local time: 05:57
Member (2010)
French to Dutch
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Aug 3, 2010

Hi,

Yes, I know, I should have reread it twice instead of once before hitting the send button, but I didn't, so:

What is the best way to change/edit a submitted quote. Do I quote again? Can I amend the quote I first sent in? Or do I just consider this a learning experience and keep looking for other jobs?

Thanks for your help,

Margreet


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Alejandro Cavalitto
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You can add a note to your quote Aug 3, 2010

Hello Margreet,

Please note that it is not possible to edit a quote after submitting it, but it is possible to add a note to it, to clarify any possible corrections or add relevant information.

Hope this helps!

Best regards,
Alejandro


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Margreet Mohle  Identity Verified
Canada
Local time: 05:57
Member (2010)
French to Dutch
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Thank you! Aug 3, 2010

Thanks Alejandro,

I had seen I could add a note to quotes in my list, but was not sure if that was just for my benefit or also for the person I quoted to. Thanks for clarifying.

I'll try it and hope for the best.

Margreet


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