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Who Wants to Be a Keyboarder?. 1,000,000 500,000 250,000 125,000 64,000 32,000 16,000 8,000 4,000 2,000 1,000 500 300 200 100. RETURN. Click to return to the question and poll the class. Click on link to Ask Jeeves, or click on this oval to return to question and ask a friend.

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1,000,000

  • 500,000
  • 250,000
  • 125,000
  • 64,000
  • 32,000
  • 16,000
  • 8,000
  • 4,000
  • 2,000
  • 1,000
  • 500
  • 300
  • 200
  • 100
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Click on link to Ask Jeeves, or click on this oval to return to question and ask a friend

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The person to whom you are sending the memorandum.

  • A. Addressee(s)
  • B. Writer
  • C. Subject Line
  • D. Letter Address
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Addressee(s)

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Means that all parts of a letter (including paragraphs) begin at the left margin.

  • A. Left Alignment
  • B. Centering horizontally
  • C. Block Format
  • D. Open Punctuation
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Means that all parts of a letter (including paragraphs) begin at the left margin.

  • C. Block Format
  • D. Open Punctuation
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C. Block Format

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The address of the person sending the letter.

  • A. Enclosure
  • B. Return Address
  • C. Attachment
  • D. Letter Address
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The address of the person sending the letter.

  • B. Return Address
  • D. Letter Address
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B. Return Address

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Means there is no punctuation after the salutation and close in a letter.

  • A. Open Punctuation
  • B. Body
  • C. Salutation
  • D. Block Style
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Means there is no punctuation after the salutation and close in a letter.

  • A. Open Punctuation
  • D. Block Format
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A. Open Punctuation

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Is used to alert the reader immediately to the content of the document

  • A. Body of a document
  • B. Memo
  • C. Textual Citations
  • D. Subject Line
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Is used to alert the reader immediately to the content of the document

  • A. Body of a document
  • D. Subject Line
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D. Subject Line

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The Greeting of a Letter

  • A. Complimentary Close
  • B. One Year
  • C. Salutation
  • D. Greeting Notation
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The Greeting of a Letter

  • C. Salutation
  • D. Greeting Notation
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C. Salutation

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The paragraphs that make up the main message.

  • A. Subject Line
  • B. Body of a document
  • C. References
  • D. Unbound Reports
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The paragraphs that make up the main message.

  • B. Body of a document
  • C. References
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The closing or farewell of the letter

  • A. Salutation
  • B. Body of a document
  • C. Complimentary Close
  • D. Notation
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The closing or farewell of the letter

  • A. Salutation
  • C. Complimentary Close
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Keyed at the L margin a DS below reference initials if a document is attached

  • A. Enclosure Notation
  • B. Salutation
  • C. references
  • D. Attachment Notation
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Keyed at the L margin a DS below reference initials if a document is attached.

  • A. Enclosure Notation
  • D. Attachment Notation
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Parenthesis used in the report to give credit to authors.

  • A. Reports
  • B. Textual Citations
  • C. References
  • D. Works Cited
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Short Reports that are prepared without covers and binders.

  • A. Unbound Reports
  • B. MLA Reports
  • C. Memos
  • D. Business letters
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A. Unbound Reports

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To Center text L to R across the center of the page so the L and R margins are =

  • A. Justified Alignment
  • B. Centering Horizontally
  • C. Tab Alignment
  • D. Centering Vertically
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To Center text L to R across the center of the page so the L and R margins are =

  • B. Centering Horizontally
  • D. Centering Vertically
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The address to which the letter is being sent.

  • A. Return Address
  • B. Mailing Address
  • C. Letter Address
  • D. Reference Address
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The address to which the letter is being sent.

  • A. Return Address
  • C. Letter Address
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C. Letter Address

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A written message within an organization to communicate.

  • A. Business Letter
  • B. Report
  • C. E-mail
  • D. Memo
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D. Memo

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Authors cited in the report listed at the end on a separate page.

  • A. References
  • B. Textual Citations
  • C. Index
  • D. Author Notation
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Authors cited in the report listed at the end on a separate page.

  • A. References
  • B. Textual Citations