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Lab+6+progress+report+help+sheet - : Main headings (1st...

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Refer to pp. 3-5 of report packet as you work on progress report. Note different approaches to outline in examples. Define problem and purpose first since the outline flows from these. Tip : Look through sources to help you define problem. Questions to ask : What is the most significant problem/issue with this topic? How serious is it? How is it impacting companies? If topic is a feasibility study, the problem can be stated based on the following questions: Why should we consider changing a business practice? What factor(s) indicate that this change might be needed? *Notes on headings
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Unformatted text preview: : Main headings (1st level) should be parallel to each other; subheadings (2nd level) should be parallel to each other (subheading style can vary under each main heading, however). Parallel constructed in the same grammatical style (noun headings, verb phrase headings, sentence style headings). Have at least three main headings (besides Introduction and Conclusions/Recommendations). Use more headings/subheadings as needed to examine topic thoroughly. Each main heading should have two or more subheadings (can have more in some sections than others)....
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