Don't State It-- Communicate It!: How to Put Clout in Your Letters, Memos, Reports, and Proposals

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Barron's, 1985 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 183 pages
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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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Contents

Transferring Ideas
7
Think Before You Write
20
Implications
35
Copyright

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