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Which of these form can I use to submit presentation?

This is the presentation as of Jun 30, 2018.
This is the presentation until Jun 30, 3018.
This is the presentation up to Jun 30, 2018.

I want to send presentation by email to my manager, and here is the sentence:

Dear ____, I would like to submit the presentation for R project until June 30, 2018. I hope you like it.

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  • It's not really clear to me exactly what you're asking about here. It does look quite a bit like Off Topic proofreading though. (Your "Dear ____" line looks highly suspect to me, but I don't actually know what you're trying to say anyway.) Jun 30, 2018 at 13:26

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Until and up to means:

Up to (the point in time or the event mentioned).

If you wanted extra time or an extension to complete your presentation then that's where until or up to is used:

Can you give me until/up to Jun 30, 2018 to complete the presentation?


If you want to express that the aforementioned presentation was completed or ready to be submitted on Jun 30 2018, then it's:

This is the presentation as of Jun 30, 2018 

If so, it would be:

Dear ............ , I would like to submit the presentation for R project as of June 30, 2018. I hope you like it, thank you very much." 

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  • I will use As of because today I finished the presentation thank you
    – A.gental
    Jun 30, 2018 at 12:00

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