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    Default appointment change

    Hi there.

    The appointment was made on Sept 14.

    1. Is it Okay to say, "can you change it to Sept. 16?"
    2. Is it Okay to say, "can you make it to Sept. 16?"

    Thanks,

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    Default Re: appointment change

    I would use 'change'.

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    Default Re: appointment change

    1. Can you change it to September 16th?
    2. Can you make it to September 16th?
    3. Can you make it September 16th (instead of September 14th)?

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