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To: Unified Engineering students From: J. Craig Date: February 3, 2004 Re: Memo format Memos are workplace documents written to someone within an organization. If you wrote to someone outside your organization, you’d use a letter. Memos are usually brief. Sometimes they are a paragraph, but they are rarely more than 1 page. Memos begin with a conventional heading format. (See example below.) They can be copied to another person, and this is indicated by a cc: notation at the bottom or top.
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Unformatted text preview: They can be initialed, but they don’t have to be. Memos are not signed. They do not have addresses. Memos can use headings to help readers find categories quickly. To: John Jones From: Karen Smith Date: December 11, 2003 Re: Buying a new photocopier Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx cc: Barbara Badner...
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