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Common Page Design
Graphics and Tables Uses: Objects Numbers Concepts Words
Graphics and Tables Drawings and Diagrams Uses of illustrations and photos Formatting requirements Producing illustrations
Photographs Tables Uses for tables Formatting tables Producing tables
Charts and Graphs Formatting charts and graphs Producing charts and graphs Documenting Graphics and Tables General Guidelines for Graphics
Report Format and Final Packaging General Formatting Guidelines
Formal Reports: Component by Component 1. Covers and label
2. Title page and descriptive abstract
3. Table of contents
4. List of figures
5. Abstract (informative)
6. Body of the report: introduction
7. Page with headings and graphics
9. Information sources
Page numbering style and final production
Engineering Tables and Graphics Tables Charts: o Pie charts o Column charts o Bar charts Graphs Illustrations: o Photographic illustrations o Line drawings.
Criteria for Formatting of the Project Report
Reading Informational Text
Preparing Business Reports
National Scout Leaders' Roundtable Chief Scout Award Report Hamilton R. Roach.
Final Report Document. Format Title Page Executive Summary Table of Contents Introduction Mission Statement Main PDS items Brief justification of the.
Click to edit Master subtitle Click to edit Master title 6/12/2015Regional Resource Center Program – Mid-South1.
Front Matter Transmittal Letter Front Cover Title Page Forward or Preface Abstract Table of Contents List of Illustrations List of Abbreviations and Symbols.
Chapter Completing Reports and Proposals. Chapter Finalizing Formal Reports and Proposals RevisingProducing ProofreadingDistributing.
Primary research report/ Omission Course: Technical Communication Done by: Benquadi Irchad El Basri Myriam El Fethouni Yasmina Oulad Benchiba Soraya Supervised.
D ESIGNING AND U SING V ISUAL I NFORMATION WHY AND WHEN SHOULD YOU USE VISUALS? “By offering powerful new ways of looking at data, visuals also reveal.
10/24/11 - Workflow ManagementCopyright Joanne DeGroat, ECE, OSU1 Project Workflow Management.
WHAT ARE TEXT FEATURES? TYPES OF INFORMATIONAL TEXT FEATURES
Text Features & Parts of a Book
What are they and what should you know about them?
CHAPTER 14 WRITING AND PRESENTING THE SYSTEMS PROPOSAL.
CLASSROOM FEUD UNIT 2. What is the name for the part of a book that is a note to the reader about what is in the book?
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Copyright © 2010 Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as Prentice HallChapter Writing and Completing Reports and Proposals.
© Prentice Hall, 2008 Business Communication Today, 9eChapter Completing Reports and Proposals.
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