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    Notifying about doc appointment

    Hello,
    Could you please check if the below sentence is correct -
    "I will be working from home today and will be out of office from 3:00 PM to take care of couple of my kids’ doc appointments."

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    Re: Notifying about doc appointment

    Quote Originally Posted by Austinguy View Post
    Hello.
    Could you please check if the below sentence below is correct?

    "I will be working from home today and will be out of the office from 3:00 PM to take care of couple of my kids (no apostrophe here) to a doctor's appointments."
    Note my corrections above. I find the whole thing a little confusing though. If you're working from home, you're already out of the office. I would say "I will be unavailable from 3pm".

    Is the text for your "out of office" automatic reply for your emails? If so, you don't need to explain why you'll be unavailable.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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