Creating Effective Documents

Creating Effective - Creating Effective Documents One tip that can be used when designing academic documents is italicizing words to stress key

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Creating Effective Documents One tip that can be used when designing academic documents is italicizing words to stress key points in the document. Another tip the writer can also insert tables into the document. The tables can show a variety of information in a different way. This will give the reader a different view of the information. Using proper headers and footers is vital to writing an effective document and is more important to the message of an academic paper. For instance, if somebody was doing research and had papers spread all over the desk, the easiest way to locate the information is to look at the header. It can also be used as a refresher to remember what someone is writing about when brainstorming for a document. Most of all, it just keeps things in a professional, and organized way. Answer the questions: The two tips refer to what your advice to another about formatting, organization and presentation of the information in correspondence to enhance understanding
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This note was uploaded on 02/23/2010 for the course COM 140 COM 140 taught by Professor Dorsey,c during the Fall '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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Creating Effective - Creating Effective Documents One tip that can be used when designing academic documents is italicizing words to stress key

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