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- Hit the Get Form button on this page.
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- When the editor appears, click the tool icon in the top toolbar to edit your form, like adding text box and crossing.
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- Change the default date by changing the default to another date in the box.
- Click OK to save your edits and click the Download button for sending a copy.
How to Edit Text for Your Memo closing with Adobe DC on Windows
Adobe DC on Windows is a useful tool to edit your file on a PC. This is especially useful when you like doing work about file edit on a computer. So, let'get started.
- Click the Adobe DC app on Windows.
- Find and click the Edit PDF tool.
- Click the Select a File button and select a file from you computer.
- Click a text box to modify the text font, size, and other formats.
- Select File > Save or File > Save As to confirm the edit to your Memo closing.
How to Edit Your Memo closing With Adobe Dc on Mac
- Select a file on you computer and Open it with the Adobe DC for Mac.
- Navigate to and click Edit PDF from the right position.
- Edit your form as needed by selecting the tool from the top toolbar.
- Click the Fill & Sign tool and select the Sign icon in the top toolbar to customize your signature in different ways.
- Select File > Save to save the changed file.
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- Go to Google Workspace Marketplace, search and install CocoDoc for Google Drive add-on.
- Go to the Drive, find and right click the form and select Open With.
- Select the CocoDoc PDF option, and allow your Google account to integrate into CocoDoc in the popup windows.
- Choose the PDF Editor option to open the CocoDoc PDF editor.
- Click the tool in the top toolbar to edit your Memo closing on the field to be filled, like signing and adding text.
- Click the Download button to save your form.
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What is the most misleading video game boxart that you've seen?
What is the most misleading video game box art that you've seen?Without a shadow of a doubt, Megaman box art from the USA.This is Megaman:These are the Bosses:and this is the Japan box art:Pretty accurate right?Now let’s look at the USA version, shall we:I mean, it is not just totally inaccurate but also puzzling bad, you simply don’t understand what you are seeing. In my opinion, no box art comes even close to this gem.P.S.: Dorkly discovered a memo with the briefing on the American cover of Mega Man which may explain some things:
What's a rule your employer implemented that backfired terribly?
He was irritated to come out to a secretary’s desk and find she wasn’t yet seated. She was in the lounge putting away her coat and then fixed herself a cup of coffee, and she sat down at 8:36 — instead of 8:30.It happened to be a morning of extreme stress and he really needed all hands on deck that morning. Got it, but he was very short-sighted. The 6 minutes didn’t change the course of the day, but his Memo to Staff certainly did.He circulated a memo to all staff which said something to the effect of:“The day begins at 8:30. Not 8:36, or 8:40, or when you found a parking space, or when the coffee was ready. If you need more time, plan your day accordingly and make your cup of coffee, and find your spot, and hang up your coat, earlier than normal. 8:30 means in your seat, at your desk, ready for the day’s work to begin. Not coming through the door.”Okay — we got it. Well, I was a paralegal at the time, and I put in SO many more hours than the 40 hours I was paid for. I arrived early, left late, frequently delayed lunch, often didn’t take breaks on busy days preparing for trial.His memo so back-fired, that every single employee was grumbling, not just the secretary. As it happened, I was the most affected (in a positive way, actually) by this policy memo because I was the staff member who had the MOST lost-time from working beyond my schedule. I was never late, so he didn’t have a problem with me, but he also abused my time more than anyone else. There were months where I never took so much as a coffee break. Often ate lunch at my desk while working. Seldom left at closing time. Often came in on Saturdays or Sundays to help get ready for Mondays. I just always shrugged it away and took it as “part of the industry.” A trial litigation practice is stressful and schedules need to be fluid.He didn’t appreciate that, so we responded as a group of 16 employees with total solidarity.We were AT our desks at 8:30 a.m. We LEFT our desks promptly at 5:30. We took our breaks and our lunch hours exactly on time.It was a disaster.I was the first to respond. “Sorry, I can’t help right now. My lunch is 12 to 1, and I have to stand up at 12, and sit back down at 1, so this copy project would make my lunch “12 ish to 1 ish.” I’ll start on this at exactly 1:01 p.m., when I’m back at my desk.”I also left at exactly 5:30 p.m. I stood up, put the cover on my typewriter, and cleared my desk. He said “Can you just—-” and some paperwork in his hands.“No, I’m sorry. My day begins promptly at 8:30 and ends exactly at 5:30. I’ll help with that tomorrow.”I left.Everyone did the same. All week.“No I’m sorry, I’m required to take a 10 minute break in this hour.”“No, I’m sorry, my lunch begins in 15 minutes at 12:00, and that’s 30 minutes of dictation you want transcribed. I’ll begin exactly at 1:00 when I’m IN MY SEAT and AT MY DESK.”He realized the petty nature of his Memo to Staff within 2 business days, and sent around an apology memo within a week of disastrous results.He then sent us all out for an extended lunch of 2 hours — on the house. He didn’t come.His memo said “Go complain about your boss over a 2 hour lunch — on me.”
What new policy did a new boss try to implement that made you say "You gotta be kidding me"?
Many years ago I worked at a Clinical Trials company. In the space of 18 months, two of the female staff had needed extended sick leave. I don’t know the exact nature of the illness these women had. I worked more closely with one of the women so, I know that she had a miscarriage and possibly depression afterward. I believe the other women had some long-standing health problems that resulted in a hysterectomy.One of the Managing Directors sent a fairly rambling memo about the inconvenience, to the company, of key staff being absent for long periods. He was proposing to take a gynaecological history of female staff in order to assess their ‘availabilty’ for certain roles in the company. Apparently, women’s plumbing is a bit different and inconveniently complex …. (In fairness, I should point out that he was a consultant gynaecologist).As a Staff Representative, I was asked to forward a unanimous response on behalf of the female staff. The response was just two words and you know which two words.He received his reply within an hour of sending his memo and the subject was never mentioned again.