Memo Formatting and Usage

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Memo Formatting and Usage Read section on pp. 223 and 225, “Comparing E-mails and Memos.” Memos and e-mails are the most common internal business communication channel. When are printed hard-copy memos preferred to e-mail? What are common uses? Read section on p. 225, “Preparing Interoffice Memos.” Note explanation of standard formatting and variations in formatting. Review and follow Figure 8.3, p. 226 , for standard memo formatting guidelines. In particular, note the following features with the four-part memo heading : Alignment of information after heading words Formatting of heading words (bolded lower case, p. 226, or bolded all caps , p. 297) Spacing between each heading word (one blank line) Placement of signed initials beside name (why needed?) Importance of an informative (descriptive) subject line (read p. 191) *Note examples on pp. 232, 280, 297, 310. *Review capitalization of subject lines (Guide 42, p. A-17; note 2
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This note was uploaded on 09/29/2011 for the course MANAGEMENT 3353 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at Texas State.

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