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Hi Travis! I have this assignment to create an email template using Word (but not save it as a .dot file) for my "Principles of Business Management" class in college. Do you think you can help if I give you the "particulars"?
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I'm not sure, after reading your question a little closer the only way I've done email template is through outlook (not using word). If it would be something like a newsletter attached to an email I think I may be able to help. Does it have to be using word? And is it an email template?
This is what the assignment reads (without all the inside requirements). Take a look and see what you think. You may know a way around it.
Assume you are a manager for Biz-Tech Industries. Biz-Tech is discontinuing support for a software program, ABC software; however, ABC software is still supported by the software publisher, Crown Development. You need to create an email template for your service desk people to use to respond to customers who request support for this product. You want to write this message to control what your employees are communicating to your customers about this change. (It’s important to control how your staff presents your company to your customers.) You will prepare a standardized email message that your employees will use over and over.
sorry didn't mean to post that twice.
Doesn't really say anything about word, but is that what is required? You can create an email template in outlook, save the template and use it over and over. Just click the template enter youre email addreses and go. What type of email software is used?
Here are the requirements..... (the email won't actually be sent out - -its just for class)...
Ok, give me a few minutes and I'll see what I can do.
here are the TIPS:
I don't have to have this tonight. Tomorrow (afternoon) is fine
I think we are probably over thinking this a bit. I would recommend just creating a word document with all your requirements and then just saving it to turn in. If not, I can't really think of another way to do this, and I will OPT out of this question to allow other experts to help you.
OK thank you