Business Letters for Busy People: Time Saving, Ready-to-use Letters for Any Occasion

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Career Press, 2002 - Business & Economics - 274 pages
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Publisher Fact Sheet Cut the time you spend on letter writing in half with this handy, quick-reference guide that not only tells you how to write virtually any kind of business letter, but gives you numerous samples you can adapt and use right now. Also includes a CD-ROM containing templates for all of the sample letters included.
 

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Contents

Writing From Scratch
1
Parts of a Business Letter
9
Format of a Business Letter
15
Collection Letters
23
Sales and Promotional Letters
35
Goodwill Letters
63
Community Activities Letters
85
Personal Business Letters
107
Letters About Employment Changes
135
Customer Relations Letters
191
Media Letters
213
Electronic Mail
227
Postcard Correspondence
239
Appendix
247
Index
263
Copyright

Letters of Condolence
123

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About the author (2002)

John Carey is Merton Professor of English at Oxford University. A distinguished critic, reviewer, & broadcaster, he is the author of several books, including "The Intellectuals & the Masses".

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