Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Business Letters....a how to!. Types of Letters Personal—Business Letter A personal-business letter is a letter that is sent from an individual to a person.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "Business Letters....a how to!. Types of Letters Personal—Business Letter A personal-business letter is a letter that is sent from an individual to a person."— Presentation transcript:

1 Business Letters....a how to!

2 Types of Letters Personal—Business Letter A personal-business letter is a letter that is sent from an individual to a person or business/organization. Business Letter A business letter is sent from a business or organization to another or to an individual.

3 Types of Letters Personal—Business Letter A personal-business letter is a letter that is sent from an individual to a person or business/organization. Business Letter A business letter is sent from a business or organization to another or to an individual.

4 Major Parts of a Letter 10 Parts Must be in order Must know what each part does

5 Major Parts of a Letter 1. Letterhead if the letter is from a business.

6 Letterhead Examples

7 Major Parts of a Letter 2. Return Address-the address of the person writing the letter.

8 Major Parts of a Letter 3. Dateline-Complete and current date.

9 Major Parts of a Letter 4. Letter Address/Inside Address-the address of the person receiving the letter.

10 Major Parts of a Letter 5. Salutation-the greeting of the letter. Example: Dear Sir or Madam:

11 Major Parts of a Letter 6. Body-the message of the letter.

12 Major Parts of a Letter 7. Complimentary Close-the ending of the letter. Example: Sincerely yours,

13 Major Parts of a Letter 8. Handwritten Signature-the author signs the letter after it has been printed.

14 Major Parts of a Letter 9. Keyed Name-the authors typed name.

15 Major Parts of a Letter 9. Con’t Typist Initials-initials of the typist.

16 Major Parts of a Letter 10. Enclosure Notation –double spaced after typist’s initials Enclosure

17 Major Parts of a Letter 1. Letterhead if the letter is from a business. 2. Return Address-the address of the person writing the letter. 3. Dateline-Complete and current date. 4. Letter Address/Inside Address-the address of the person receiving the letter. 5. Salutation-the greeting of the letter. Example: Dear Sir or Madam: 6. Body-the message of the letter. 7. Complimentary Close-the ending of the letter. Example: Sincerely yours, 8. Keyed Name-the authors typed name. 9. Handwritten Signature-the author signs the letter after it has been printed/ Typist Initials-initials of the typist 10. Enclosure Notation

18 Formatting – 1 st Page Top Margin – 2” Right Margin – 1” Left Margin – 1” Bottom Margin - 1”

19 Example Letter 123 Main St Stokes, NC /12/2009 [QS] Pactolus School 3405 Yankee Hall Road Greenville, NC [DS] Dear Mr. Jones, [DS] On October 24, 2008 we received great news regarding the.... [DS] This is great news because of.... [DS] Sincerely, [QS] Chris Young [DS] Cy Enclosure Parts of a letter: 1.Return Address/Letterhead 2.Dateline 3.Letter Address/Inside Address 4.Salutation 5.Body (most of paper) 6.Complimentary Close 7.Handwritten Signature 8.Keyed Name 9.Typist Initials 10.Enclosure

20 Notes to Remember! 1. The top margin is 2”, side and bottom margins are 1". 2. Typist initials are the initials of the typist and are used when someone other than the writer prepares the letter. Lowercase letters are used, with no space, and with no punctuation, appearing a double space below the signature. 3. Get spacing correct (QS & DS)

21 Example Letter 123 Main St Stokes, NC /19/2010 [QS] School Name 3405 Yankee Hall Road Greenville, NC [DS] Dear Mr. Jones, [DS] On October 24, 2008 we received great news regarding the.... [DS] This is great news because of.... [DS] Sincerely, [QS] Chris Young [DS] cy Enclosure Parts of a letter: 1.Return Address 2.Dateline 3.Letter Address/Inside Address 4.Salutation 5.Body (most of paper) 6.Complimentary Close 7.Handwritten Signature 8.Keyed Name 9.Typist Initials/Handwritten Signature 10.Enclosure Notation GREEN – You change for Project! RED – Spacing – Do not type!

22 Block Letters Versus Modified Letters Block Letters –The entire letter starts at the left margin of the page (Business Letters) Modified Letters- The paragraphs are indented.5 spaces from the left margin by pressing the TAB Key. (Personal Business Letters)

23 Open and Mixed Punctuation Open Punctuation-No punctuation follows the salutation or complimentary close. This will be used in Block Style Letters Mixed Punctuation-There will be a Colon after the Salutation and a Comma after the Complimentary Closing. This will be used in Modified Style Letters

24 Paragraphs Spacing

25 If you do not know the person’s name and you are sending a business letter use Ladies & Gentleman OR Dear Sir or Madam

26 THE END


Download ppt "Business Letters....a how to!. Types of Letters Personal—Business Letter A personal-business letter is a letter that is sent from an individual to a person."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google