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Josh-D. S. Davis

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I really don't like being named a DEFENDANT just because I didn't pony up cash on the spot to a distant cousin whom I've never met before so they can contest a will of my deceased grandfather's cousin whom I *MAY* or *MAY NOT* have met when I was 3 or 4 years old.

Having to mail out 64 copies of a document stating that I don't know anything is frustrating when the end-all, be-all product to do this FAILS IN EVERY WAY!

To make matters worse, Office now wants to print 64 copies of EVERY document, including my labels.

ALSO, Mail-Merge ONLY works the first time, and only if you make no errors. If you make an error, then you can't fix it. It won't reread an updated XLS. Once you save the labels, and reopen them, it ONLY PRINTS THE FIRST PAGE.


Can't I just bill the plaintiffs and their lawyers for my time and expenses for this?

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The mail merge had the county clerk listed.
2 for the county clerk
and I forgot to subtract myself.

So I had 61 #10 envelopes, and two express-mail envelopes after subbing out myself, etc.

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Yah, I split them into 4 different entries because It was screwing up my mail merge to have it all as one.

I figured the $1 in postage, envelopes and paper was well worth the hassle savings.

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PS, I got the letters from you and Jon today.

I also got a call from the last person on the xls, Jeanie. She was part of Keith's side of the family and said she'd gotten requests for $100, $200, $400, and "splitting $25k". She had no idea how to respond without opting out and without committing to the huge expenses. I sanitized the letter and sent it to her per her request, but I advised her to talk to her own lawyer to make sure it meets her needs, and that I'm not able to offer legal counsel.

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Yup. I spent $78, which includes 19 spare stamps, and an unrelated $2.40 parcel post. That excludes paper, envelopes, and printer consumables which probably amount to around a nickel per letter.

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