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2 BSBADM506 Manage business document design and development BSBADM506 Manage business document design and development Name Pauline Reynolds Email address [email protected] Assessment Terms and definitions Below is a list of terms which are relevant to this unit. Please provide responses in your own words, to fully demonstrate your knowledge and understanding of each term. You will need to undertake your own research (online, dictionary, relevant books), in addition to reviewing your learning content. You should aim to present responses which average 75 words each (to provide sufficient evidence of your understanding). A minimum of 50 words is required. Your responses must be provided as if you were explaining the term to a person who has never heard of it before. Each submission should (i) average 15 words for each sentence (ii) be grammatically correct, (iii) error free and (iv) be presented in simple English. (A good tip here is to read all of your text aloud, to check for accuracy and good presentation. Another tip is to ask another person to proof-read your work, where possible). Now, please: (i) Provide a comprehensive definition of each term. State WHAT the term means within the work place, in the first column. (ii) Provide a detailed explanation of the term. Your explanation must identify WHO, WHEN and WHERE this term would be applied within the work place, in the second column. (iii) Provide your own simple example of a situation where the term could be applied within the workplace in the blank row presented. Please Note: Where insufficient words are submitted, your responses will be returned for reworking.
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2 BSBADM506 Manage business document design and development Term Definition What does this term mean in the workplace in your own words (minimum of 50 words). Explanation When, where and who would apply this term in the context of a workplace in your own words (minimum of 50 words). Example: Word processing Example: Word processing is a technological approach to preparing documents. It is an electronic typewriter that enables the operator to type up and change and amend text in the format needed. In all offices, this has replaced the traditional typewriter and is easier to use. Even non typists can prepare documents using this approach. Example: Typing of complex documents has emerged over the years. Word process is electronic and has several features to assist the typist. It can assist in layout, margins and dictionary use. These services greatly help the final presentation and assist with ensuring the accuracy of text presented. Word processing is used by any person who has to prepare any form of corporate documents. Example: A word processor is a machine that helps people type up documents and has features to help in its layout and formatting.
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