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    Default a change in/to/of your schedule

    I asked my boss for next Wednesday off to meet you.
    If there is a change in/to/of your schedule, please let me know as soon as possible.

    Which of "in", "to", or "of" should I use here?

    Thank you.

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    Default Re: a change in/to/of your schedule

    "Of" sounds doubtful to me, so don't use it. "In"/"to" are fine, but "in" would mean a change to something inside the schedule; a particular part, whereas "to" would mean a general change to the (whole) schedule. The best one is "to" and that is what I would use.

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    Default Re: a change in/to/of your schedule

    I would say either "If there's a change to your schedule ..." or "If your schedule changes ...".
    Remember - correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing make posts much easier to read.

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