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Nothing’s final in life

Document control. Don’t send, share or publish files / documents with the word ‘final’ in the file-name or on the document. It is rarely true, and it is always confusing.

nothings-final-in-life-thumbHere’s a handy reminder for you to download, email around or print.

Right-click and save the above linked inages.

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