Download e-book for iPad: 30 Minutes to Write a Report (30 Minutes Series) by Patrick Forsyth

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By Patrick Forsyth

ISBN-10: 0749423609

ISBN-13: 9780749423605

A part of a chain of pocket publications aimed toward the allowing the reader to profit a brand new ability in exactly half-hour, this article provides a consultant to file writing, from what to incorporate, to tips to lay it out.

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Buy one at once. Style Finally, most people have, or develop, a way of writing that includes things they simply like. Why not indeed? For example, although the rule books now say they are simply alternatives, I think that to say: ‘First, . , secondly, . . ’, has much more elegance than beginning: ‘Firstly, . ’. I am not sure why. It would be a duller world if we all did everything the same way and writing is no exception. There is no harm in using some things for no better reason than that you like them.

Try adding one word ‘. . makes a big difference to . ’ Now let us see what happens if we change that word ‘big’. It is surely a little different to say ‘. . ’ and there are many alternatives ‘real’, ‘powerful’, ‘considerable’, ‘vast’, ‘special’, ‘large’, ‘important’. You can doubtless think of more. In the context of what I am actually saying here, powerful is a good word. It is not just a question of how you use language, but what you achieve by your use of it. Note. No report writer should be without both a dictionary and thesaurus beside their desk; the latter is often the most useful.

Prevailing standards are, for the most part, good and, as the capabilities of laser printers, computers and associated equipment advance, standards improve too. Of course, it is possible to overdo things. Too much colour, too many graphs, or a profusion of typefaces and sizes may be distracting. The purpose of good presentation is to influence the reception a report receives favourably, by making it more likely to be read, easier to read and thus that much more likely to achieve its chosen purpose.

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