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This is placed a DS below the reference initials if something other than the letter is to be included in the envelope.
a) Complimentary Close b) Salutation c) Enclosure Notation d) Copy Notation
When using this, type the letter c followed by a space and the recipient's name. It is placed a DS below the enclosure notation if one is included.
a) Enclosure Notation b) Copy Notation c) Salutation d) Complimentary Close
If the keyboard operator is not the writer of the message, this is typed in lowercase a DS below the writer's name and title.
a) Salutation b) Reference Initials c) Enclosure Notation d) Copy Notation
In this format, all lines of a letter will begin at the left margin.
a) Attention Line b) Open Punctuation c) Company Letterhead d) Block Letter Style
To call the letter to the attention of a specific person, department, or job title. This may be included as the first line of the letter address.
a) Dateline b) Subject Line c) Salutation d) Attention Line
This line identifies the topic of the letter and is placed a DS below the salutation in ALL CAPS.
a) Subject Line b) Dateline c) Attention Line d) Salutation
When this is used, no punctuation follows the salutation or the complimentary close.
a) Block Letter Style b) Subject Line c) Open Punctuation d) Enclosure Notation
This identifies who the letter is being mailed to and their address. It is placed a QS below the dateline.
a) Copy Notation b) Letter Address or Inside Address c) Salutation d) Subject Line
This is placed a DS below the letter address. Example: "Dear Mrs. McNeil"
a) Subject Line b) Compllimentary Close c) Salutation d) Attention Line
This is placed a QS below the complimentary close. It identifies who wrote the letter.
a) Writer's Name and Title b) Reference Initials c) Subject Line d) Attention LIne
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