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business letter

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Rick Berredo

on 27 January 2013

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Transcript of business letter

ENGLISH IV Rick Gabriel Berredo Business letter Business letter There are many reasons to write a business letter. It could be to request direct information or action from another party, to order supplies from a supplier, to identify a mistake that was committed, to reply directly to a request, to apologize for a wrong or simply to convey goodwill. BUSINESS LETTER A BUSINESS LETTER IS CONSIST OF EXAMPLE OF A BUSINESS LETTER What is a Business letter? Importance A business letter is a letter written in formal language, usually used when writing from one business organization to another, or for correspondence between such organizations and their customers, clients and other exBusiness letterternal parties.• one of the ways the companies can use to approach prospective clients• one of the ways the companies can use to approach prospective clients The overall style of letter will depend on the relationship between the parties concerned. Business letter Even today, the business letter is still very useful because it produces a permanent record, is confidential, formal and delivers persuasive, well-considered messages. 1. It is used to communicate ideas in a formal way between people and/or companies on a professional level. 2. One of the ways the companies can use to approach prospective clients IMPORTANCE 3. extends the exchange of information, products and partnerships. 4, It could impress customers and investors. BLOCK FORM BLOCK FORM Indented Form Heading
The heading includes the return address and the date of the letter. Some people include email addresses or fax numbers in the return address. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 DATE
You should always include the full date when writing a business letter. It isn't very time-consuming, can clarify statements regarding future transactions and makes your letter--and therefore your business--look more professional. 2 3 Inside Address
•This is the address you are sending your letter to. Make it as complete as possible. Include titles and names if you know them.
SALUTATION
The Salutaion in a business letter is always formal. It normally begins with the word "Dear" and always includes the person's last name.
4 BODY
•This is the main message of the letter. This section is usually multiple paragraphs, ending with a summary of the main message point. 5 The Complimentary Close.
•This short, polite closing ends with a comma.. It is either at the left margin or its left edge is in the center, depending on the Business Letter Style that you use.
6 Signature
•This is the name of the sender, with the sender’s title on the next line. The signature should be clear and legible-showing you are interested in the letter and consequently the recipient.
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