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WP1 Unit 8

WP 1 Unit 8 business Applications

Block format letter style all parts of a letter begin at the left margin, including the paragraphs
Bound report style reports that are two pages or longer that are prepared with a cover or a binder
Cell the intersection of a row and a column in a table or spreadsheet
Column information arranged vertically within a table
Interoffice memorandums written messages used by individuals within an organization to communicate with one another
Row information arranged horizontally within a table
Table a series of columns and rows in which data is entered
Unbound report style reports that are one page or longer that are prepared without a cover or a binder
Modified block format letter style the date and the closing of a block style letter start near the horizontal center of the paper instead of the left margin; paragraphs may be indented or they may be blocked at the left margin
Created by: karenhaley