I’m still embarrassed because it meant so much to me to grab their attention…but not in a negative way! They’re not going to be outraged by the original formatting, and you sent them a clean version. (In the future, Gmail’s “remove formatting” feature is your friend; it’ll make all your text look uniform.) 3. I have degenerative spine disease, which is made worse by sitting.I have a doctor’s note requesting that I have an adjustable height desk so I can stand as needed.
I decided to reformat the email, test it, and send through again with a short note saying that I’d noticed the format had been altered from Gmail to Outlook, that I’d reformatted for an easier read, and was sorry to have to send again. There were no typos in the email or the attachment, just the formatting of the body of the email.They provided one that didn’t work out well with my desk.I have found another desk that would work well because it is the whole desk that raises and not an apparatus you put on the desk.You could also just block his number, but that’s not as likely to put an end to his advances as a direct statement to him to stop. I sent a sloppily formatted application email I recently worked on a cover letter, resume, and email greeting for a job at my dream company.They’re not currently hiring, but I wanted to grab their attention and was really pleased with how unique my application was.