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assignment 1B - sending to a superior or another coworker,...

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1 Professor Peter Kratzke WRTG 3040 9 February 2010 Successful Email Writing Today’s world requires that all people know how to properly write email. The number one rule when writing email is the writer should try and make the email short. Morgan Summerfield of Associated Content says to, “Keep it brief; try not to go beyond what can be viewed in the window of the monitor, without scrolling” (1). When the writer keeps the email brief will be more precise and to the point. When writing email the writer should know the audience to whom it is being sent to. The writer should always be using proper capitalization, punctuation, and grammar when sending email; however when
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Unformatted text preview: sending to a superior or another coworker, the email should be formal, no graphics or html, and should have bullet points to convey lists (Summerfield, 2). Knowing the audience and proper email etiquette will help the writer structure the email and will help protect your business health. 2 Works Cited Summerfield, Morgan. How to Use Proper Email Etiquette for Business Communication. Associated Content Business & Finance . 2006. Associated Content. 3 Feb. 2010 <http:// www.associatedcontent.com/article/46188/how_to_use_proper_e mail_etiquette_for_pg3.html?cat=3>...
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