Eva: If you told him the problems you were talking about were PEs and he indicated he didn't understand that they came in after the copy you submitted, the problem isn't that he didn't understand what you were saying--it's that he was ignoring it. Telling him they are revisions is going in the wrong direction from there.
You're absolutely right, because they aren't revisions, they're corrections to printer errors added/changed from the original copy that have nothing to do with editing.
However, he insists that any typos that appear are MY mistake and came in on my copy, even when my copy is correct, which somehow seems impossible to me. If I print out 2 copies of the same piece, and the one I keep is correct, how can the one I put in the envelope not be? Also, when I e-mail him copy (it has to be both e-mailed and mailed), the bcc I send to myself is correct, but he insists the copy I sent him was wrong.
So I'm not quite sure what to do.