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Is short for memorandum Originally meant a brief note or communication Is now used to identify a specific written format The format has identifying information at the top  without a formal signature It is less formal and contains fewer elements that a  formal report, but more formal then an e-mail
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Identifying information A clearly stated purpose  Internal headings A summary Adequate background information An organized discussion An action section
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The company logo or letterhead The “to” line The “from” line The “subject” line The “date” line An optional “c” or “copies” line On second and subsequent pages, include   recipient's name, page number and date in  upper left corner
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Your purpose can be stated in a separate purpose  statement or in the first line of the first paragraph. While some writers would like to present 
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