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Business Letter Format
Hey! Are you intimidated by the very idea of writing that job application letter, or the letter to the travel agent requesting that hotel arrangements be made for you? Sometimes all you need is a template, an idea of how the letter is going to look, to get you started. Are you desperate to appear professional when you request that no-annual-fee platinum master card, or do you hope the airline will take you seriously enough to refund your money when you write complaining about the terrible service you received on your last flight? Then you need to learn business letter format!
Yes! I want to write my letters easily and professionally!
The Block Form
The Indented Form:
If you are using the indented form, place your address
and the date on the top right-hand side of the page. Type
the inside address and salutation flush left. Indent the
first line of each aragraph one-half inch. Skip lines
Instead of placing the closing and signature lines
flush left, type them at the right, even with the address
and date above, as illustrated below. Now doesn't that