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Document Comparison Business Document 1 Document 2 Natwest Current Accounts Bank Statement Nationwide Current Accounts Bank Statement Lloyds TSB Current Accounts Bank Statement Current Accounts I have 3 Documents with the following titles, Current Account (Nationwide), Current Accounts (Lloyds TSB), and Current Accounts (Natwest). The 3 documents are advertisement leaflets for the Current Accounts within each of the businesses. The target audience for all 3 types of documents would be younger to older adults, as the documents are mostly factual, with information about the banks, and their accounts available. The style of the presentation for all 3 Documents is formal as the documents are informative and factual. The documents also have real pictures on the front of the leaflet, with the Natwest and Lloyds TSB leaflets having real pictures throughout the leaflet as well. Nationwide and Natwest have account application forms within the leaflets, therefore the reader can sign up straight away and hand in the forma next time they went to the bank. The Natwest document is colourful and bright, making the document very eye catching. There is also a similar layout for most of the pages throughout the leaflet, with each different page having a different colour scheme. ...read more.

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There are also some technical words within the leaflets but not too many. The document isn't eye catching but gives direct factual information to the reader. The nationwide document could be easily improved by adding more colours to the document making it more eye catching and therefore attracting more readers. Also the document would be improved if there were some more pictures within the leaflet, therefore making the document more interesting to the reader, and therefore making the bank more interesting. The Lloyds TSB document could be improved by having an account application form within the leaflet. This would save a lot of time for the reader, as they would be able to sign up for a new account straight away. The Natwest document could be improved by having fewer colours; there are too many different colours within the document. This makes the document too daunting to the reader, and can also take away the serious edge that the document has. Bank Statement All 3 of the documents are bank statements, which have been recently issued by 3 different banks, 'HSBC', 'Nationwide' and 'Natwest'. The target audience of bank statements would be people who have bank accounts it was. This would be the same for both of the documents. ...read more.

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Once again the document has a table with all the latest payments in and out. The table has the following table headers, Date, Details, Withdrawn, Paid in, Balance (�). One major fact that stands out with this document is that it is a lot smaller then the other bank statements, the Natwest document is an A5 size where as the other 2 bank statements are A4. This lack of size results in a lack of information about the owners account. To improve the 'Nationwide' document I would have to make the table look a bit more modern, as it is just in a simple form at the moment. I would do this by actually showing the lines of the table instead of blending them in with the background colour. I would improve this document by actually adding some colour to it, to make it a little more interesting to the eye. At the moment the document is just to plain and needs some life added to it, which colour can give to it. To Improve the Natwest bank statement I would add more colour into the bank statement, at the moment it is very boring as the colour scheme is dull and plain. I would also make the document an A4 size instead of an A5 size, therefore having more information within the document. 1 Comparison Report ...read more.

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