Mary Crane leads workshops on business etiquette for major law firms and Fortune 200 companies, so she’s answered her share of thorny workplace-life questions. But two years ago, she heard a problem that boggled her mind. She had just finished telling a group of law students that sending handwritten thank-you notes to their interviewers will help them stand out from the pack, when one said, “But I’ve never written in the cursive style.”

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