Writing Effective Letters, Memos, & E-mail

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Barron's Educational Series, 2004 - Business & Economics - 230 pages
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Titles in Barron's Business Success series are quick reads for busy people. They advise career-minded men and women on how to succeed at all levels of management, marketing, and other business undertakings, with emphasis on survival in the corporate environment. This book helps make business writing easy, with tips on matching business language to the proper format--memos, reports, proposals, letters, and more. This new edition also gives attention to e-mail, which in recent years has become a dominant medium for business communication. An appendix presents a quick-reference grammar guide, and cartoon-style line art captures the author's light approach.
 

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Contents

Chapter 4
55
Chapter 6
79
Chapter 7
93
Chapter 8
115
Chapter 9
141
Chapter 10
171
Chapter 11
185
Appendix
204
Appendix
218
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About the author (2004)

Arthur H. Bell, PhD" is Director of Communication Programs and Professor of Management Communication at the Masagung Graduate School of Business, University of San Francisco. "Dayle M. Smith, PhD" is Professor of Management at the School of Business, University of San Francisco, where she is also Director of the Honors Program.

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