Handbook for Business Writing
McGraw Hill Professional, 1994 - Business & Economics - 302 pages
Find answers to specific business writing problems quickly and efficiently in the Handbook for Business Writing. From the three basic steps of writing to using the right style, format, and organization, students will learn how to create business communications that influence readers and get results.
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Choosing the Right Word
Effective Business Letters
Style in Business Letters
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abbreviations action adjectives adverbs application auxiliary verb Avoid Block business letters business writing capital Chapter Check client comma company name complimentary close copy correct Dear desktop publishing dictation Director documents draft electronic employee involvement enclosed Examples expressed figures firm five Ws flush format graphs guidelines hyphen independent clauses inside address interview left margin letterhead look Mailgrams material memo nouns offer outline paragraph participle passive voice past Penobscot Building percent person phrases plural position preposition press release problem pronoun proposal Quality Circles questions quotation marks reader received recommendations request revise sales letter Semiblock sentence signature signature block Sincerely singular skills spelling step Street style sure tense tone topic typed typed signature U.S. Postal Service verb word processing words workers