Monthly Archives: February 2013

Internal business reports

Writing to an audience beyond the office walls, usually means you are writing to folks who are not experts in your area, but why stop there? Many business and government writers slip back into ‘office style’ when writing to their … Continue reading

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Efficient writing in two easy steps

To give letters, reports and executive summaries top marks as efficient reading material, it’s really important to edit content separately from language. An EssayAudit rating will tell you if your content has a high or low reader impact. Fix that, … Continue reading

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Chop inefficient writing with a style stamp

Our Business Writing Expert, Ron Denholm has posted on SlideShare http://www.slideshare.net/RonaldDenholm/chop-inefficient-writing-with-a-style-stamp We can make a Style Stamp for you and your organisation. It’s the ultimate in bespoke tailoring! Our Style Stamp is like a fingerprint of your writing. It shows … Continue reading

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Sending the same e-mail to everyone in an Outlook folder

I was asked whilst training Outlook today whether it is possible to send the same e-mail into everyone in the same folder. She does recruitment and wants to be able to send a rejection letter to all applicants which she … Continue reading

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