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Stacktacular v3.3

A Stack thats Spectacular

Begin all lines of the letter at the left margin. Alignment
Use single (1) line spacing. Leave blank lines after certain letter parts as noted below Line Spacing
A personal letter begins with the writer's address. This is called the Return Address. It includes a line fir the street address and a line for the city, state, and ZIP code Return Address
Key the date on the line below the return address. Use month/date/year format (October 4,1998). Leave three blank lines (QS) after the date Date
The name and address of the person to whom you are writing is called the letter address. Key a personal title (Miss, Mister, Mrs, etc.) or a proffesional title (Dr., Lt., Senator) before the reciever's name. Leave one blank line (DS) after the salutation Letter Address
A salutation is a greeting . Key a solution, such a Dear Mr. Roberts, after the letter address. Leave one blank (DS)after the salutation Salutation
The paragraphs or message of a letter are called the body. Single spaced the paragraphs in the body. Double-space between them and after the final paragraph. Body
Key the complimentary close (farewell for a letter) a double space after the last paragraph. Sincerely is an example of a complimentary close. Leave three blank lines (QS) after the close. Complimentary close
Key the writer's name below the complimentary close. A personal title (Dr.) may be used before the name if desired. A position or job title, if used, should be keyed after the name. The title can be on the same line as the typed name or on the next line. Writer's name
A letter is sometimes keyed by someone other that the writer. In this case, key the typist's initials in small letters a double space below the writer's name. Referance Initials
If someone will receive a copy of the letter, key c and the person's name a double space after the writer's name (or below the reference initials if they are used. Copy notation
If another document is attached to a letter, the word Attachment is keyed a double space below the preceding letter part. If the additional document is not attached, the word Enclosure is used. Attachment/Enclosure notation
Created by: TitaniumAce