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I just completed your LinkedIn Learning presentation on Writing in Plain Language, unhappily all of the PDF downloads you referenced in the video are no longer available for download so I am unable to use the exercises.
If they are available, please send them to me.
Hello, Joyce –
I’m sorry to learn you’re having trouble downloading the Exercise Files for my LinkedIn Learning course on Writing in Plain Language. At the main course page — https://www.linkedin.com/learning/writing-in-plain-language/why-write-in-plain-language?autoplay=true — please go to Overview > Exercise Files. When you click, you’ll be able to unzip and download the Exercise Files.
If that approach doesn’t work, please contact LinkedIn Learning Help at https://www.linkedin.com/help/learning. I’m certain they’ll be able to help you download the files.