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What type of document would be MOST APPROPRIATE to thank a Senator for speaking to a class?
a) Academic report b) Business letter c) Memorandum d) Table
What type of notation should be used if a map were included in the envelope with the letter?
a) Copy b) Enclosure c) Attachment d) Typist initials
What type of computer program would MOST LIKELY be used to key a letter?
a) Word processing b) Spreadsheet c) Database d)
What type of correspondence would be BEST to complain about a restaurant?
a) Unbound report b) Personal business letter c) Memorandum d) Table
The principal is writing a letter to a parent. A copy of this letter is given to the teacher. What should be included on the letter?
a) Enclosure notation b) Copy notation c) Attachment notation d) Typist initials
The business owner hand wrote a letter that was given to his secretary to key using word processing software. What should be included on the letter?
a) Enclosure b) Copy c) Attachment d) Typist initials
Which part is the author’s address?
a) Return address b) Inside Address c) Salutation d) Complimentary close
How is the salutation written?
a) Dear Julie b) Sincerely Rebecca Dunworthy c) SUBJECT: d) Enclosures
Which part is the address of the person receiving the letter?
a) Return Address b) Letter Address c) Salutation d) Complimentary close
Which part is the complimentary closing?
a) Dear Julie b) Sincerely yours c) 123 Baker Street d) Attachment
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