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OT:Computer Manners

Posted by colleenny (My Page) on
Sun, May 31, 09 at 9:01

I have not been on this forum in quite awhile. A couple of weeks ago someone contacted me that she was new to embroidery and saw my name on a previous post. She asked if I could give her some tips and share my files on Script fonts. I took quite a bit of time and sent her a website to change formats and 4 of my files. She never even acknowledged the emails. When someone takes the time to help you out, at least send a message that it was received and a simple "Thank You" is always nice. Some people think that because this isn't face-to-face that they don't have to be courteous.

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