Two of the standard forms of business writing you may practice in business writing
Two of the standard forms of business writing you may practice in business writing are the following:
the business letter (Click the link to see information on how to format and structure a business letter.)
The memo (Click the link to see information on how to structure and format a memo. The Purdue Owl also has good information on memo structure and format.)
For video discussions and explanations of letters and memos, click each link.
When you have completed your review of these forms of business writing, do the following:
1) Choose one of the sites that you reviewed.
2) In a paragraph of about 100 words, explain two or three key elements that the web site notes about a specific form of business writing (identify whether you are discussing letters or memos). Please indicate if you noted something that surprised you or you disagreed with based on your own career experience with the type of business writing you discuss.
When writing a business letter, some elements should not be left out. Such components give meaning to the letter. Firstly, it is the letter heading. Notably, the heading should provide the reader with a rough idea of the letter’s content. If the letter misses a heading, then the contents of the letter will be considered……………………