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    #1

    When you have decided

    When you have decided on the option you'd like to use, please call me back.
    When you will have decided on the option you'd like to use, please call me back.
    When you will decide on the option you'd like to use, please call me back.
    When you decide on the option you'd like to use, please call me back.

    Which sentences are correct? What are the differences between them?

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    #2

    Re: When you have decided

    Only 1 and 4 are grammatical.

    There's no difference in meaning.

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