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REVIEW QUIZ 2 1. A code of conduct is a written set of guidelines for conduct in an organization or professional association. 2. What is a trademark? A display of words or symbols communicated in text, illustrations, or sounds that identify and distinguish the goods of a manufacturer or a company name. 3. No one has ever won a lawsuit against our company.” (We've always settled out of court) is an example of. Deliberately imprecise or ambiguous language. 4. Characteristics of BAD writing include which of the following? A. many is/are verb forms 5. For most writing, you should use conversational language. 6. To be copyrighted, material must be recorded, printed, or reproduced in any way. 7. Sentence 1: Please number all pages sequentially. Sentence 2: Please give immediate attention to insure that the
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Unformatted text preview: pages of all documents prepared for distribution are numbered sequentially and in a place of optimum visibility. This is needed to facilitate our ability to refer to items during meetings. S1 is clearer because it is short and direct. 8. Avoid words like “formalize” and “conceptualize” because they sound intelligent but aren't speci±c enough. 9. The most di²cult task when juggling con³icting professional obligations is. deciding which obligation has priority. 10. Sample Sentence: Our o²ce has been provided with the authority to make a determination about the selection of a computing system. The best way to revise this sentence without changing its meaning is: Our o²ce was authorized to select a computing system....
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