Form And Styles Of Business Letter Details

This blog post will cover a brief history of the Block Style letter, its origins and some variations that have been created since. This typeface is one of the most widely used for display purposes in both print and web environments due to its power to grab attention. The Block Style letter was invented by Frederic Goudy in 1927, who wanted a different style from the very traditional "old-fashioned" calligraphic style fonts with which he had become familiar. He experimented with many different designs before settling on what we now know as the block letter today. The most popular use of this typeface is seen in advertisements where companies want their message to stand out among others competing for your attention.

This information will allow you to comprehend better the details of the block style letter before starting filling it out.

QuestionAnswer
Form NameBlock Style Letter
Form Length11 pages
Fillable?No
Fillable fields0
Avg. time to fill out2 min 45 sec
Other nameskerangka surat block style, letter, block style, fill in pdf online with block letters

Form Preview Example

BUSINESS LETTER

BLOCK STYLE

FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS

516 W. IOWA STREET

DERMOTT, AR 71638-2039 (870) 555-0183

December 7, 200- About 2 inches or 2 lines below letterhead

4

Mr. Alex P. Perkla

Homemade Construction

571 S. Pecan Street

Dermott, AR 71638-2225

2

Dear Mr. Perkla

2

Thank you for helping to make this year’s Friends and Neighbors Dinner a success.

The tables and benches your crews built, delivered, and set up were put to good use. Meals were enjoyed by 376 people who might otherwise have spent their holiday alone and hungry.

Homemade Construction has a positive reputation in the community. That reputation is well deserved.

2

Sincerely

4

Chuck L. Fosgate, Chair

Friends and Neighbors Dinner

2

Enclosures

Letterhead

Date

Letter

Address

Salutation

Body

Complimentary Close

Signature

Lines

Enclosure

Notation

Reference Guide

1

BUSINESS LETTER

SIMPLIFIED STYLE

FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS

Letterhead

516 W. IOWA STREET

 

 

DERMOTT, AR 71638-2039

 

 

(870) 555-0183

 

 

December 7, 200- About 2 inches or 2 lines below letterhead

Date

4

 

 

Mr. Alex P. Perkla

Letter

Address

Homemade Construction

571 S. Pecan Street

 

 

Dermott, AR 71638-2225

 

 

2

Subject Line

Holiday Gratitude

2

 

 

Thank you for helping to make this year’s Friends and Neighbors Dinner a

 

 

success.

Body

The tables and benches your crews built, delivered, and set up were put to

 

 

good use. Meals were enjoyed by 376 people who might otherwise have spent

 

 

their holiday alone and hungry.

 

 

Homemade Construction has a positive reputation in the community. That

 

 

reputation is well deserved.

 

 

4

Signature

 

Chuck L. Fosgate, Chair

Lines

2

Reference

vu

2

Initials

Enclosures

Enclosure

 

Notation

 

 

 

HEADING FOR SECOND AND ADDITIONAL PAGES OF LETTERS AND MEMOS

 

 

 

 

 

About 1 inch

 

 

Mr. Alex P. Perkla

 

 

Page 2 (use appropriate page number)

 

 

December 7, 200-

 

 

2

 

 

Body of message is continued. At least two lines of text should be carried to

 

 

continuation pages.

 

 

 

 

 

Reference Guide

2

PERSONAL-BUSINESS LETTER

MODIFIED BLOCK STYLE

About 2 inches

143 W. Mulberry Street

Dermott, AR 71638-1200

December 7, 200-

4

Mr. Alex P. Perkla

Homemade Construction

571 S. Pecan Street

Dermott, AR 71638-2225

2

Dear Mr. Perkla

2

Thank you for helping to make this year’s Friends and Neighbors Dinner a success.

The tables and benches your crews built, delivered, and set up were put to good use. Meals were enjoyed by 376 people who might otherwise have spent their holiday alone and hungry.

Homemade Construction has a positive reputation in the community. That reputation is well deserved.

2

Sincerely

4

Chuck L. Fosgate, Chair

Friends and Neighbors Dinner

2

Enclosures

Return

Address

Date

Letter

Address

Salutation

Body

Complimentary Close

Signature

Lines

Enclosure

Notation

Reference Guide

3

TRADITIONAL MEMO

Memo Headings

Body

Treat bulleted items as paragraphs.

Align text for readability.

Reference Initials

Attachment

Notation

About 2 inches

TO:Marketing Department Staff

2

FROM: Paula Pierz, Manager pp

2

DATE: September 25, 200-

2

SUBJECT: Staff Meeting

2

Representatives of ACE Computer Corporation will be here October 7, 8, and 9 to conduct training sessions for us. These all-day sessions will be held in Conference Room A; equipment will be installed there for our use. Please bring the following materials with you:

Operating system manual.

Graphics software manual.

Word processing software manual.

Samples of letters, memos, reports, and proposals you have completed during the past six months.

The attached brochure will more fully describe the training we will receive. Please read it before the first session.

These classes will provide a good introduction to our equipment and software. It is important that we all attend. Sessions covering advanced applications will be scheduled after the first of the year.

2

eb

2

Attachment

Reference Guide

4

ENVELOPES

Business and personal-business letters are usually mailed in No. 10 envelopes (4 1/8" x

9 1/2"), but personal-business letters can also be mailed in No. 6 3/4 envelopes (3 5/8" x 6 1/2").

Business envelopes typically have the return address preprinted; therefore, return

addresses are keyed only for personal-business letters or when a letterhead envelope is not available. You can use the envelope feature of your word processing program to create the mailing address and, if necessary, the return address for these and other envelope sizes. As you do so, remember these guidelines:

·An address must contain at least three lines; addresses of more than six lines should be avoided.

·The last line of an address must contain the city, the state, and the ZIP Code (preferably the nine-digit code).

·Mailing addresses may use title case or be keyed in uppercase with no punctuation.

·Place mailing notations that affect postage (e.g., CERTIFIED or REGISTERED) below the stamp position.

·Place other notations (e.g., CONFIDENTIAL or PERSONAL) below the return address.

FOLDING AND INSERTING CORRESPONDENCE

Reference Guide

5

PROPOSAL

!ONE PARK PLACE

TO:

Arthur Lofdahl, Owner

 

FROM:

Ellen Husset, Manager

EH

DATE:

June 6, 200-

 

SUBJECT:

Reallocation of Lobby Space

 

On a typical day, more than 3,000 people pass through the lobby of One Park Place, many of them carrying a cup of hot coffee. We could provide a service to those tenants and their clients by installing a coffee kiosk in our lobby.

Background

More than 50 percent of Americans over age 18 drink coffee daily. About one-third of the coffee- drinking public consumes a specialty coffee beverage each day.

Problem

The fourth-floor cafeteria serves only regular and decaffeinated coffee and doesn’t have space to brew flavored coffees or make espresso. Therefore, our tenants and their clients who want something other than basic coffee must go elsewhere to purchase their beverages.

The nearest specialty coffee shop is four blocks west of One Park Place, which makes it inconvenient for tenants and guests. In addition, carrying coffee through crowded streets or while toting a briefcase or package can be messy. Last Tuesday, I observed four coffee spills before 7:30 a.m.

Recommendation

I recommend that we reallocate lobby space to accommodate a freestanding coffee kiosk and seating for 10–15 customers. Specifically, I recommend we pursue one of the following options (prioritized):

·Offer our cafeteria food management company the opportunity to lease the space to operate a kiosk.

·Solicit lease/operate kiosk bids from independent vendors.

·Install and operate the kiosk ourselves.

After researching the topic, I am confident we can provide this service with little or no remodeling. If you concur that this service will distinguish our property from others in the area, I’d appreciate the opportunity to discuss the details and cost comparisons with you. If we act within the next month, we can have the service available by October 1.

Reference Guide

6

REVERSE CHRONOLOGICAL

RÉSUMÉ

Justine Schneiderman

2401 W. College Ave., Apt. 3

303.555.0165

Denver, CO 80219-6000

schne381@rockymt.net

OBJECTIVE

Entry-level customer-service position in a financial institution that encourages career

 

development and provides advancement opportunities.

 

EDUCATION

A.S. degree in Business expected May 2006

 

 

Peak Community College, Denver, CO

 

 

GPA 3.0 (overall) 3.1 (major) / 4.0 scale

 

RELATED

Teller (Internship)

Summer 2005

EXPERIENCE

Rocky Mountain Bank, Aurora, CO

 

 

Provided high-quality customer service

 

 

Maintained and accurately reconciled cash drawer

 

 

Used Vertex computer system

 

 

Implemented theft management procedures

 

 

Responded to questions about bank’s products

 

OTHER

Hostess/Server

2003–present

EXPERIENCE

Sullivan’s Steak House, Denver, CO

 

 

Greeted guests; maintained balanced seating

 

 

Created a friendly, relaxing atmosphere for guests

 

 

Promoted daily specials

 

 

Processed orders courteously, quickly, and accurately

 

 

Developed strong interpersonal communication skills

 

 

"

Named Employee of the Month five times

 

 

Custodial Assistant

2004–2005

 

Peak Community College, Denver, CO

 

 

Cleaned and sanitized facilities

 

 

Operated industrial cleaning equipment

 

 

Prioritized tasks and budgeted time effectively

 

"Nominated for Outstanding Student Employee Award Summer jobs as camp counselor, stable hand, and babysitter

ACTIVITIES/ Member, Business Club

INTERESTS Member, Concert Choir

Volunteer, Special Olympics

Enjoy horseback riding and hiking

REFERENCES Available upon request.

Reference Guide

7

SOLICITED FUNCTIONAL

RÉSUMÉ

Qualifications of

MYRON BAKER WILSON

for the position of

SALES REPRESENTATIVE with ZENITH, INC.

235 Cates Hill Road, Apt. 228

603-555-0185 (home)

Berlin, NH 03570-1552

 

603-555-0141 (work)

 

QUALIFICATIONS

 

Experienced

Eight years of retail sales experience

 

Sales Associate

Choose merchandise

 

 

Create eye-catching displays

 

 

Help customers find products to meet their needs

 

Suggest companion or complementary products

Motivated

Promoted to Department Manager after only two years

 

Rearranged display area for improved traffic flow

 

Associate of the Month five times

 

Organized

Schedule three full- and eight part-time workers

 

Coach daughter’s T-ball team

 

 

Worked full-time while completing degrees

 

Chaired Student Coalition child care committee (ECC)

 

Co-founder of Business Commuter Club (GMU)

Effective Communicator

Conduct seasonal product-use seminars

 

 

Trained sales associates to use POS terminal

 

Prepared flyer describing special order policy

 

Presented Child Care Center proposal to college

 

administrative committee

 

EMPLOYMENT

EDUCATION

 

Monroe Department Store

Green Mountain University, Gorham, NH

 

Hilltop Mall

Bachelor of Business Administration, May 2006

Berlin, NH

Evergreen Community College, Gorham, NH

1998 to present

Associate of Arts in Marketing, May 2002

 

References and Portfolio Available Upon Request

Reference Guide

8

SCANNABLE RÉSUMÉ

RAE LYNNE CONRAD

2362 Arden Drive

Sarasota, FL 34232-3861

(941)555-0151

OBJECTIVE

A part-time receptionist position in a progressive metropolitan hospital or clinic.

EDUCATION

Chambers Business University, Bradenton, FL

Medical Secretary Program

Certificate to be awarded February 2006

Classes in Medical Terminology, Microcomputer Systems, Machine Transcription, Word Processing, Medical Records Administration, and Business Communication.

SPECIAL SKILLS

Keyboarding; text accuracy 95 percent at 55 wpm

Keyboarding; statistics accuracy 95 percent at 25 wpm

Windows 98 - XP, Microsoft Office, WWW, html

CPR-certified

WORK EXPERIENCE

Jake’s Café, Sarasota, FL

Hostess, Cashier, Scheduler

Server and Table Clearer

ACTIVITIES AND INTERESTS

Bradenton Community Hospital Hospice Volunteer 2000-present

CBU Business Club Secretary 2004-05

Cycling, softball, and handcrafts

REFERENCES

References may be obtained by writing or phoning: Placement Office

Chambers Business University 4900 Elizabeth Avenue Sarasota, FL 34233-3929 (941) 555-0189

Reference Guide

9

MEETING MINUTES

Staff Council Meeting

November 10, 200-, 2 p.m., Room 272

Minutes

Presiding: M. Provost

Participants: B. Aldof, G. Gunderson, T. Hardy, C. Rios, C. Unger (Guest)

Minutes of the November 4 meeting were approved as distributed.

Reports

·The worker satisfaction survey is ready for distribution. Some concern about distributing it so close to the holiday season. Moved/Seconded/Passed: The survey will be distributed as scheduled.

·C. Unger described the status of negotiations with the company’s insurance carrier. Health care costs continue to rise. Additional information will be available at the next meeting.

Old Business

·Security. Facilities Department is reviewing our proposal that combination locks be installed on first- and second-floor restroom doors. Marked for follow-up in six weeks if no response is received.

New Business

·Retirement Planning Seminar. Discussion about possibility of sponsoring one for workers. B. Aldof will investigate speakers and costs.

Announcements

Next meeting November 17. Meeting adjourned at 2:35 p.m.

Walter Ellington

Walter Ellington, Recorder

Reference Guide

10

 

NEWS RELEASE

 

KAMIKA INTERNATIONAL

 

104 E. Baraga Ave.

 

Marquette, MI 49855-4738

(906) 555-0177

(906) 555-0178 FAX

 

 

NEWS RELEASE

Contact Person: Marv Carter

September 3, 200-

For Release: Immediately

DENISE RAU NAMED CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER

OF KAMIKA INTERNATIONAL

MARQUETTE, MI—Denise Rau has been named Chief Executive Officer of Kamika International, the region’s leading producer of cold-weather footwear.

Rau joined Kamika in 1988 after earning her BS degree in Finance from Jackson University. Since then, she has held a variety of posts, most recently Executive Vice President.

In announcing the appointment, Kamika’s Board Chairman, Edwin Somerset, said, “Denise has the energy and ideas to propel Kamika into the future. Her experience and her commitment to the company and the people of this region make her an outstanding choice for this important role.”

Rau is active in Leadership Marquette, serves on the symphony board, and volunteers with the hospice at County General Hospital. She resides in Marquette with her husband, Fred, and their three children.

###

Reference Guide

11

If you believe this page is infringing on your copyright, please familiarize yourself with and follow our DMCA notice and takedown process - click here to proceed .