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Rehearsal Report Format
« on: Nov 30, 2017, 11:33 pm »
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So I am wondering what format is best for the rehearsal report. I have done it a few ways in that past but wanted to get a sense of what way others have found best.

1: Attaching an edible work or excel doc for production staff to send back w/ notes if need be
2: Attaching a pdf
3: Inserting the report into the body of the email


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Re: Rehearsal Report Format
« Reply #1 on: Nov 30, 2017, 11:48 pm »
The latter two of these get used in most often. I use what the producer wants. Many want the report both in pdf form and copied into the body of the email.

However, I have never sent an editable version because my reports are not something that should be changed by anyone else.


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Re: Rehearsal Report Format
« Reply #2 on: Dec 04, 2017, 10:38 am »
I know I personally use #2 & #3 in emails. I have worked with people who don't usually open PDF documents on their emails. I've also worked with people who require PDF documents so they can print them off. I agree with the above, I wouldn't send an editable version, because you send out your report, nothing should change.


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