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    #1

    within one week from now on/ after the announcement

    Hello

    Would you please tell me which one of the following sentences is OK?

    - Applicants are requested to visit our website (credit scoring section) to download related files which will be available for five days from now on/after the announcement.

    - Applicants are requested to visit our website(credit scoring section) to download related files within one week from now on/ after the announcement.

    Thanks
    Last edited by Rover_KE; 23-Aug-2016 at 08:40.

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    Re: within one week from now on/ after the advertisement

    Neither is natural. As we don't know when people are going to read the ad, it would be more helpful to say "available until midnight on 18 August 2016".

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