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    contact someone in a company

    Can I say that you need to contact someone in Microsoft ? I know that from Microsoft sounds better but I need to know whether "in Microsoft" is wrong

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    Re: contact someone in a company

    Quote Originally Posted by Daniellll View Post
    Can I say that you need to contact someone in Microsoft ? I know that from Microsoft sounds better but I need to know whether "in Microsoft" is wrong
    It's OK.

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    Re: contact someone in a company

    I'd use "from," then "at," before I'd use "in."

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