5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Enclosure notation
- typist initials
- Block Style
- Keyed Name
- a A special notation at the end of a letter that indicates that an item(s) is included with the letter.
- b lowercase initials of the person typing the letter
- c All parts of a letter begin at the left margin, including the paragraphs
- d author's typed name.
- e Spaces between the date and inside address of a letter and space between the complimentary close and keyed name.
5 Multiple choice questions
- a short note designating something to be remembered, especially something to be done or acted upon in the future; reminder.
- Main text of a personal letter, business letter, memo, email, or report.
- Author's handwritten/signed name. Placed on the printed copy of the letter.
- the ending of a letter (ex: sincerely yours)
- pressing the enter key once (1) time leaving no blank lines
5 True/False questions
Attachment notation → Use lowercase (c ) by the name of the person(s) to receive a copy. Place the copy notation a double space below the last line of the enclosure notation or the reference line if there is no enclosure.
double space → pressing the enter key once (1) time leaving no blank lines
mixed punctuation → (standard) means that a colon is keyed after the salutation (Dear Mr. Smith:) and a comma after the complimentary close (Sincerely,)
open punctuation → (standard) means that a colon is keyed after the salutation (Dear Mr. Smith:) and a comma after the complimentary close (Sincerely,)
Guide Words → a heading typed at the beginning of a memorandum consisting of TO, FROM, DATE, SUBJECT; these four words should be typed in bold, all caps, and should be followed by a colon