Working through the queries today brought yet another example of a query writer copying the contents of an email into a new email and hitting "send."
How can I tell?
>>> These little arrows
>>>appear in front of every
>>>new line. And yes
>>>it makes your query
>>> hard to read.
I've said it before, I guess I need to say it again: The harder it is to read your query the more likely I am to stop reading and say no.
There are ways to copy email contents without getting those arrows in the body of the email. Figure out how your mail management program does it.
If you need help on this, you should be over at AbsoluteWrite talking to other writers. AbsoluteWrite is a wonderful resource for questions large and small.