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Full Block A style of letter in which all lines start flush with the left margin-that is, without a first-line indent.
Modified Block A style of letter in which some lines start at the center of the page
Return Address The author's address, typically appering at the very top of the letter as well as in the upper-left corner of an envelope
Letterhead Paper with a company's name and address already printed on it
Inside Address The recipient's address typed in the letter above the salutation
Salutation The line at the start of a letter including the greeting and the recipient's name, such as Dear Mr. Doe
Computer's Clock The clock/calendar built into your computer's main processor to keep track of the current date and time
Field A placeholder for data that might change.
Case The specific use of upper or lowercase letters
Delivery Address A recipient's address printed on the outside of an envelope
Justin Patton October 4, 2012
Created by: Justin_Patton