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Dick Summerfield
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A suggested rule for use of the assignment log is that when you (re)submit an assignment, you don't update your old entry to say so but add a new one and delete your previous entry. That way new entries come at the bottom of the page and are easily spotted for what they are.

This seems a good rule to me for the "Assignment Log" thread, because of its special nature, that is, recording Cattle Drive activity.

I very nearly missed some pearls of wisdom from one of the newer
"Drivers" who updated a previous entry when I was expecting a new one but that is by the by, more important is to ease the task of the updater-in-chief who has to keep the multi-coloured table at the top up to date.
Carol Murphy
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Well said!
Belinda Lawson
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Originally posted by Dick Summerfield:
A suggested rule for use of the assignment log is that when you (re)submit an assignment, you don't update your old entry to say so but add a new one and delete your previous entry.


Dick, I'm very glad you said something. I totally missed the boat on that process, and I might've gone right on swimming... :-)
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
 
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