Select Appropriate Format
Select the most appropriate format for writing a specific work-related text (i.e., instructions, directions, letters, memos, e-mails, reports). SPI
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Rules of Blog Writing and Layout - Blog Rules Vs. Print Rules
Email Format - It is very important to follow a correct format of a
business email, as it directly describes your personality.
Letter: Block Form - from the University of Wisconsin - Madison Writing
Letter: Indented Form - from the University of Wisconsin - Madison Writing
Letter Format - a good handout to print for your students
Letter Format - from the Letter Writing Guide
Letter Format Tips - business letters can be subdivided into two basic
groups: the block format and various indented formats
Letter Formats - basic guidelines for letters and memos
Etiquette - Being able to write a professional, business-like email
is a crucial skill.
Format Guidelines - Follow the guidelines below when sending an e-mail
message to your professor. This will save time and communicate your questions
or comments clearly.
How to Format a US Business Letter - The main formats for business letters
in the US are called full block format and modified block format
to Write a Formal Email - It's not quite the same as writing a business
letter, but it's definitely a huge step in that direction.
Business Letter - this sample includes the formal components of full
block business letters
Writing: How To's, Tutorials, and Directions - Teachers, librarians,
and technology coordinators are often faced with the need to explain a procedure
or teach someone how to use a piece of software. This type of instruction
takes a number of specific skills including technical writing.
the Correct Business Letter Format - this guide even includes suggestions
for paper, short memos, and business e-mail
the Basic Business Letter - this handout covers the parts of the basic
business letter - from the OWL at Purdue
Technical Instructions - How to write a persuasive and useful set of
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