COM140 Formatting Q & A

COM140 Formatting Q & A - because they are each...

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The main formatting differences between an academic paper and a memo are memos don’t require indentations, a title page, or a header. The purpose of a memo is to briefly info a group or a single person of something, which in turn makes the content of a memo take priority over the format. While it is important for a memo to look neat and organized its not required to follow a certain format. The audience, purpose, tone, and structure affect the memo and paper’s formatting
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Unformatted text preview: because they are each intended to info people in different ways. The paper is writing to show why Jill Smith thought Emotional Intelligence was an important aspect of corporate training. Where the memo was written to get an opinion on the idea of incorporating Emotional Intelligence training into a companys training program, and used the academic paper as a supporting document....
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This note was uploaded on 03/22/2010 for the course COM/140 COM140 taught by Professor Custer during the Winter '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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