The AMA Handbook of Business Documents: Guidelines and Sample Documents That Make Business Writing Easy

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The AMA Handbook of Business Documents
Guidelines and Sample Documents
That Make Business Writing Easy

KEVIN WILSON
and
JENNIFER WAUSON


AMERICAN MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION
New York • Atlanta • Brussels • Chicago • Mexico City • San Francisco
Shanghai • Tokyo • Toronto • Washington, D. C.

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The AMA Handbook of Business Documents: Guidelines and Sample Documents That Make Business Writing Easy
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Contents iii
  • List of Business Documents Figures v
  • Introduction vii
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • Abstracts 1
  • Acceptance Letter 3
  • Acknowledgment Letter 5
  • Adjustment Letter 7
  • Announcement Letter 9
  • Annual Report 11
  • Application Letter 18
  • Brochures 20
  • Business Letter 25
  • Business Plan 33
  • Collection Letter 42
  • Commendation Letter 44
  • Complaint Letter 46
  • Cover Letters 48
  • Directives 50
  • Email 52
  • Endorsement Letter 55
  • Forms 57
  • Fund-Raising Letter 60
  • Grant Proposals 63
  • Instructions 71
  • Introductions 73
  • Inquiry Letter 75
  • Job Descriptions 77
  • Job Offer Letter 79
  • Meeting Agenda 81
  • Meeting Minutes 82
  • Memorandum 86
  • Mission Statements 87
  • Newsletters 88
  • Notices 91
  • Permission Letter 95
  • Policies, Rules, or Guidelines 98
  • Powerpoint Presentations 101
  • Press Releases 105
  • Procedures 108
  • Progress Reports 110
  • Proposals 115
  • Questionnaires and Surveys 125
  • Reference Letters 129
  • Refusal Letter 131
  • Reports 133
  • Request Letters 145
  • Research Report 147
  • Resignation Letter 150
  • Résumés 152
  • Sales Letters 156
  • Seasonal Correspondence 160
  • Specifications 162
  • Speeches and Oral Presentations 166
  • Summaries 172
  • Termination of Employment Letter 176
  • Training Manual 178
  • Trip Report 192
  • User Guide 194
  • Warning Letter 200
  • Web Sites 202
  • White Papers 205
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