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    Post Just to inform in official language

    Hi dear friends:

    I was wondering what is the official term for "just to inform" as you would use in watermarking official documents to send away... or is "just to inform" the perfect expression?

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    Re: Just to inform in official language

    Quote Originally Posted by aavaraam View Post
    Hi dear friends:

    I was wondering what is the official term for "just to inform" as you would use in watermarking official documents to send away... or is "just to inform" the perfect expression?
    I think "For information only" is what you are looking for.

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