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Business Communication 140 Applying Style Guidelines University of Phoenix Mark S Watson August 9, 2009 B Ovando
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What are the main formatting differences between the Memo and the Academic paper? There is no titled page for the Memo. It is not required in Memo, as with Academic Papers. A Memo has who the paper is addressed to and from at the top of the Memo along with the date and subject. The subject of the paper and who is writing it are included in the title page. The headers in the Memo are bald, whereas in Academic papers it is not used. The text style and font are the same through out the Academic Paper. Academic Papers require a five space indentation at the start of a new paragraph. This is not required in Memos. An Academic paper is more detailed; a Memo has the main points but is kept short and to the point. There is no page numbers on the Memo, an Academic paper requires all pages be numbered including the title and reference page, In what ways do audience, tone, purpose, and structure affect the formatting of the
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