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Apply Correct Memo And Letter Formats.[print questions]

A special notation at the end of a memo or letter that indicates that an item(s) is attached to the letter or memo.
a) Attachment Notation
b) Memorandum
c) Body
d) Block Style

A keying style for a letter or memo in which all the text is aligned at the left margin.
a) Attachment Notation
b) Copy Notation
c) Body
d) Block Style

The main text of a personal letter, business letter, memo, email, or report.
a) Attachment Notation
b) Copy Notation
c) Body
d) Block Style

Use lowercase (c) by the name of the person(s) to receive a copy. Place this below the last line of the enclosure notation or the reference line if there is no enclosure.
a) Attachment Notation
b) Typist Initials
c) Enclosure Notation
d) Copy Notation

Pressing the enter key twice leaving one blank line.
a) Single Space
b) Quadruple Space
c) Triple Space
d) Double Space

Includes the same information as the memo heading (TO:, FROM: , DATE:, SUBJECT:)
a) Email/ Memo Heading
b) Memorandum
c) Entry
d) Enclosure Notation

A special notation at the end of a letter that indicated that an item(s) is included with the letter.
a) Attachment Notation
b) Enclosure Notation
c) Copy Notation
d) Typist Initials

Information following the words in a memo heading. The tab key is used to align each this.
a) Entry
b) Memorandum
c) Single Space
d) Typist Initial

A written message used by employees within an organization to communicate with one another.
a) Text
b) Report
c) Letter
d) Memo

The lowercase initials of the keyboard operator and is keyed at the left margin a double space below the writer's name
a) Attachment Notation
b) Copy Notation
c) Typist Initials
d) Enclosure Notation

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