Don't State It-- Communicate It!: How to Put Clout in Your Letters, Memos, Reports, and Proposals
Identifies the advantages of written communications, and gives advice on transferring ideas, implying conclusions, improving readability, writing letters and memos, and editing reports
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Think Before You Write
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