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Unformatted text preview: day activities by communicating with my husband or tax people by having them e-mail me and tell me what they need me to do like what papers to get ready, where I have to go to turn in my husband’s bills so he can receive a paycheck, or what papers I have to scan or print or send to someone. Then I have to sort these documents into file folders in the computer and then file the hard copies into an actual filing cabinet. The trends that I use in my daily business communication are a cell phone, a computer with the internet, E-mail, printer and scanner, to attach documents and send them to associates and employers. I haven’t sent a formal memo or a business letter yet but I do send business type e-mails to go along with the attachments I have to send....
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- Spring '10
- Nonviolent Communication, Graphic communication, Anna Thomas University of Phoenix