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Unformatted text preview: miscommunications, use straightforward, concise language. Skip the industry jargon and instead choose lively, active words to hold your reader's attention” ( Xerox ). I stated who I was first then I let the reader know exactly what I am reaching out to the reader about. “If you have a policy, you should have a reason for it” (Bowman, J.). Is sated how in the contract that they do claim rights to the copyrights of the web page since they have yet to receive a payment. Works cited Xerox (2015). Writing an Effective Business Letter. Retrieved on Jan 30, 2015, Bowman, J. (2002). Writing Negative Messages. Retrieved on Feb 10, 2015...
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