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Word Processing

Document Terms

margin The space between the edge of a paper and the typed information
date This can be displayed in two proper forms month day, year or military day month year
inside address Name, street number name, city, state, zip – also the person who is receiving the communication
salutation Is the greeting used to open a communication (i.e. Dear _ )
body The information containing paragraph(s) stating why the communication is written
complimentary close A statement (not a sentence) which allows a writer to end communication
signature block First creating space by hitting the enter key 4 times and then typing the writers first and last name.
identification initials Writers initial character from both first and last name (done in caps) followed by a colon and the person who typed the communication also initial character from both first and last name (done in lower case)
attachment(s) An item that accompanies a memorandum
enclosure(s) An item that accompanies a letter
copy types [cc, bc, ic] When other parties are notified of the same communication either by mail or internet
modified block A style of letter that aligns the date, complimentary close and signature block to the three inch mark
full block A style of letter that aligns the entire text to the left.
agenda A document that organizes a meeting for any attendee
memorandum A document that announces information to an individual or group
minutes of meeting A document that records information discussed in an official business meeting
academic report A document that provides information on a specific subject or topic
footnote A citation that is used to identify your source and is placed at the bottom of the page
endnote A citation that is used to identify your source and is placed at the bottom of the document
Created by: Mr. Daigler



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