Minding your manners in business correspondence
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Once upon a time, if you wanted to reach out to another personproperly, you put pen to paper. Today, the myriad outreach optionswould make Emily Post shudder. How is the well-manneredbusinessperson to correspond? Try these rules of thumb:
Computer-personalized letters: Instead of "Dear Siror Madam" in mass-mailed letters, use PC-personalized lettersto communicate to large audiences. Make sure spellings, titles andaddresses are correct before you do your mail merge.
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