The Heading of Business Letters :
A business letter is more formal than a personal letter. It should have sufficient margin ( a least one inch) on all four edges. It is usually written on 8.5” x 11” unlined stationery. There are six parts to a business letter.
The Heading :
The heading of a business letter contains the return address with the date on the last line. If the stationery is imprinted with the return address, then the return address may be omitted. Sometimes a line after the address and before the date may include a phone number, a fax number, an e-mail address or the like.
Often a line is skipped between the address and date. If you are using stationery with the return address already imprinted, you need not write the return address above the date.
140-B - Ganesh Market,
Phone : 022 2760795
July 18 - 2009
This is a typical letter. You have to add your company's name with full address. And the receiver's name and full address also should be added in the place allotted for that purpose. Without those primary details no letter carries any significance. So, you are requested to provide all those important details. Failing which the letter will make a wrong impression about your company and you among the receivers of your letters. This is the most unwanted attitude on your side in dealing with the clients who are the most valued assets of any business organisation. If necessary, leave those spaces blank.
The Heading of Business Letters
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