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E-MAIL: BE COURTEOUS AND CONCISE Correct E-Mail Format: When you e-mail Dr. Rizkallah, please include identifying information (your course number and name) in the subject line: Subject: 301 JOE TITAN: MEMO TO EMPLOYEES Subject: 501 JANE DOE: MY CASE ANALYSIS 1 Always use a salutation, even if it's just the name of the person, especially if you're writing to someone you don't know. It's more polite and warm: Dear Dr. Rizkallah: Attached is. .. Dr. Rizkallah, in chapter one the author writes. .. Although a complimentary close isn't necessary in an e-mail memo, it adds to a tone of goodwill. I recommend that writers close with "Regards," or "Sincerely," or some other appropriate, friendly remark. Either write your full name and other contact information (e-mail address, phone and fax numbers, Web site etc.) below your message, or just type your first name and insert a signature file stored in your e-mail program, into which you input your contact information only once. When sending attachments in MS Word or PowerPoint to me, you will need a clear document name with your name and course number. For example: Titan_301_Memo to Employees Doe_501_CaseAnalysis1 E-Mail Etiquette: Some Suggestions Always run a spell check and proofread. Read and compose your message offline in MS Word if
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This note was uploaded on 06/26/2009 for the course BUAD 501 taught by Professor Rizkallah during the Spring '09 term at CSU Fullerton.

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