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Use email message templates when you send orders to purchasing coordinators

Recently, we added support for templates in the purchasing coordinator screen.
That means that you could save your custom messages and wording for a different purchasing coordinator that work to facilitate research at your lab.
It's easy to reuse existing templates and even more easy to create new ones. 



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