I have to write a formal (but not too formal) email to my colleague. I've sent to him a document with the wrong format and he asked me to make some changes on it. I would like to say something similar to the following sentence that I found :
I have made the adjustment and apologize for the inconvenience for any inconvenience this may have caused you.
Can I use just "for the inconvenience" without "this may have caused you" like the following , without specify "the consequence"
I have made the adjustment that you requested and apologize for the inconvenience. Please find attached a new updated version of the document.