You work as an administrative assistant at Jackson Industries. One of your duties is reporting production numbers for the company's major products to Mr. Lui every Friday. He uses the information in a report to managers on the following Monday afternoon. Last Friday, you almost forgot to send the data to Mr. Lui because you were busy preparing slides that your supervisor requested. Just before you left for the day, you sent an email message to Mr. Lui with the data in an attached file. All weekend, you had a nagging feeling that you forgot something. Now, back at work on Monday morning, you decide to verify that your email message to Mr. Lui was sent from your outbox. When you view the message, you realize what has been bothering you. The file you attached contains data for two weeks ago, not the numbers for last week. How should you handle this situation? What steps should you take to correct your error? What will you say to Mr. Lui?
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