A piece of paper has four margins.
The white space around the outside of a paper where the printer does not print.
There is a top, bottom, left, and right margin on a page.
All of the statements above are true of margins.
A program that allows a computer user to create, edit, and print documents.
The direction that a page is turned (portrait or landscape)and possibly printed.
A top, bottom, left, and right margin.
None of the above.
Double space means to strike "Enter" twice.
Means to hit "Enter" one time.
It means you adjust the top and bottom margin.
All of the above.
It is the same as a closing to a letter, like "Sincerely" or "Truly"
It is a greeting, like "Dear Ms. Jones."
You will find it in the "body" of a letter.
It is written above the date in a letter.
There are not any paragraphs in a business letter.
Two or three paragraphs.
The first paragraph
The fifth paragraph
The seventh paragraph
The last paragraph
To space the letter out so it looks better.
To leave enough room for the business letter writer to sign their name in cursive.
To leave enough room to type the date.
To be able to insert a picture.
This is the address of the person you are sending the letter to.
This is the author of the letters address.
This is the address of that goes on the outside envelope.
Both the second and third answer is correct.