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Report Relating Business Documents.

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Report Relating Business Documents Introduction In this report I will be commenting on how business reports are set out and analyzing their contents. Some business reports reviewed will be: � Business Cards � Fax Layouts � Invoice layouts � Memos � Letter layouts � Publicity flyer The style of any business can be different with various companies. Business cards Business cards are pieces of card with basic information on how to contact a company for any purpose such as queries, information on products, jobs etc. Business cards should contain many sources of communication enabling the customer to contact them in which way they think is easiest so Telephone numbers are mainly given with E-mail, Fax and address because these sources are available in most areas if not the business card would consist of some sort of communication suitable for that area. Faxes Facsimile (fax) transmission involves machines designed to transmit graphical information via normal telephone lines. ...read more.

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It has an invoice address, to which the invoice is being sent and a customer order number, which is unique for every customer with an additional column or space for a different address. The Quantity of the product, descriptions of the product price per single item, Net Amount, VAT rate ad VAT amount with the total. Memos Memos are almost always used within an organization and are usually informal in style. They are short and to-the-point and also have a direct style. Standard memos are divided into segments to organize the information and to help achieve the writer's purpose. A basic layout of a memo with additional information: Memo [Header] Always states that the document is a memorandum. To: Use the person's name. Courtesy titles are not used. Cc: "Carbon Copy" -- Normally this is actually a photocopy. From: Use your name. Use your title and position only if the weight of your position is necessary. ...read more.

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Another basic persuader is the product name. Manufacturers have spent millions to establish their products as symbols of reliability and value. Once consumers gain confidence in it, the owner can use the product name and logo as a persuader, that is, as a device to reassure customers that all products bearing this symbol are reliable. The product name and logo are especially useful when the manufacturer introduces a new item to an existing line of goods. Price appeal probably motivates more decisions to buy than any other appeal, and the magic words "sale" and "bargain" are directed at consumers with great enthusiasm. Closely allied to these plain and simple discount offers are the "something for nothing" lures, such as "buy two and get a third free", "send for free sample", and "trial offer at half price". Substantial cash prizes are frequent inducements, as are "buy now, pay later" offers. As you can see business documents are used in businesses to give a professional image of that company to capture their provide audiences so they can do business as best as possible. Samad Farhat 10Q Thursday, 30 October 2003 ...read more.

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