To, from, date, subject
From, to, subject, date
To, from, subject, date
From, to, date, subject
The memo is finished.
There is an attachment to the memo.
Someone else is getting a copy of the memo.
The writer wants you to make a copy of the memo.
People within an organization
People at other businesses.
It's the hottest format on the block
It was designed by Bill Block in 1756.
Everything is aligned at the left of the page.
Everything in the letter is double-spaced.
Default top margin
1.5 line spacing
Initials of the person who wrote the memo/business letter.
Initials of the person who typed the memo/business letter.
Initials of the person who gets a copy of the memo/business letter.
The person who will be receiving the memo/business letter.
Something else is included with the memo.
It is the end of the memo.
The writer's name at the end of the memo.
The writer is sending someone a copy of the memo.
To change the margins to be 2" all the way around
Not to do anything because by default, all margins are 1 inch
To have everything centered
To double-space the letter
465,879, 123, 078, 546
To promote goodwill
So you have documentation/proof of the intended message
All of the above
Return Address or Letterhead
Dear Mr. Claus:
Dear Mr. Claus,
Dear Mr. Santa Claus:
Mytown NY, 12345
Mytown, NY 12345
MyTown, NY, 12345
State the Complaint, Provide Details of Complaint, Describe how you want business to "right" the complaint.
Be rude to the business about the complaint and tell them you will never give them your business again!
Nice try! You don't type a letter, you send a memo.
Begin by telling the company what you want them to do for you, state the complaint, threaten them with violence if they don't follow through with your demands.
Name of person writing to, their position in the business, and the company name.
Name of person writing to
Your name and address
None of the above
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