202D CH14 Q&A

202D CH14 Q&A - A letter asking for a report to be prepared...

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Nate McKnight 1) What elements dictate the information in a formal report? Length Audience Organization 2) Completing reports involves what four steps? Revising Producing Proofreading Distributing 3) What are prefatory parts? Beginning material such as a cover letter to give introductory information 4) What are some common prefatory parts? Cover Table of contents Title page Executive summary 5) What is a letter of transmittal? Like the preface of a book, this introduces the report to the audience in a cover letter format. 6) What is a letter of authorization?
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Unformatted text preview: A letter asking for a report to be prepared 7) What is the difference between a synopsis and an executive summary? They both summarize report content but an executive summary is comprehensive 8) What is an index and where is it generally located? A list in alphabetical order about names places and other subjects used in the report – at the end 9) What is an RFP? Request for Proposal – a letter or memo asking for a proposal 10)Name some prefatory parts of a proposal? Copy of the RFP Executive Summary Letter of transmittal...
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This note was uploaded on 03/29/2008 for the course ENGL 202D taught by Professor Crimmins,kemdavi during the Spring '07 term at Penn State.

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202D CH14 Q&A - A letter asking for a report to be prepared...

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