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Learn How to write ” Memorandum”.

Memorandum One of the most common forms of communication within an office environment, the memo or memorandum serves as a quick note to convey information from one section of the company to another. A memorandum is usually drafted by Senior Officers for their subordinates. Generally, a memorandum includes the name of the originator of the document, the intended person/s to whom it is addressed, the date of issue, the general topic,...
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Learn how to write Business Letter “Semi- Block Style“.

Business Letter “Semi- Block Style” Semi-Block style is the mixture of both the indented style and the block style. In this style, there is no indentation in the first line of each paragraph in the body of the letter. All the lines of the paragraph start from the left set margin. All the other parts of the letter are typed more or less in the same way as in the indented style. It gives...
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Learn how to write Business Letter “Block Style/Fully Blocked Style“.

Business Letter ” Block Style/Fully Blocked Style ”  This style is also called American style of typing the letters. The word “Block” generally refers to the starting of all the parts of the letter, including the first line of each paragraph from the left set margin. A specimen of the Fully Blocked style of business letter is given below: Telephone No……….                          ...
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Learn how to write Business Letter “Indented Style “.

Business Letter “Indented Style”   This is the oldest style of typing a letter. The word “indented” generally refers to the beginning of first line of each paragraph by indenting i.e. giving five or seven spaces from the left set margin and typing the remaining lines of each paragraph from the left set margin. A specimen of the indented style of business letter is given below. Telephone No……….            ...
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Syllabus of ” Data Entry Operator ” Vocational Course.

Syllabus of Data Entry Operator Course    1. Basics of Computer * Input and Output Devices * System Software and Application Software * Computer Language * Compiler and Assembler 2. Operating System * Desktop Elements * Locating Files and Folders * Changing System Setting * File Management in Windows * Installation of Software and Hardware 3. Basics of Word Processing * Starting Word Program * Word Screen Layout * Typing Screen...
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What is ” e-TypeWriting ” .

e-TypeWriting Computers have moved into every corner of our daily lives. Computers are at work in departmental stores, homes, offices, hospitals, banks, theaters and even coffee shops. They have become so fundamental to our modern society that without them, our economy would grind to halt. In the last few decades, computers have completely altered business practices all around the world. We are living in information age and with the concept of Virtual...
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