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G009 A guide to writing reports

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Author: Reed, Brian; Shaw, Rod; Publisher: WEDC
Year: 2012
Physical: Series Booklet 28pp. (210/148)
ISBN: 978 1 84380 149 8



Detailed Description

There are numerous different formats and styles of writing, from an informal letter or e-mail, to a formal government report. Each has its own purpose – to communicate to the intended audience. A good report could be defined as an effective one, that is, one that produces its intended results. If the author relates directly to the objectives by writing a well-structured document in clear language, it is more likely to gain attention and be effective. An effective report gives the writer, and the organization, a professional image, makes a good impression, and persuades others to take the work seriously.

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