A modified block-style letter is one type of conventional business correspondence. It differs from block format in that a modified block letter has the writer's name, company name, address, date and closing aligned a few... More »

A semi-block style letter is a less formal version of a block or a full-block letter with the differences being the sender's address, date, reference or attention line and complimentary closing. In addition, the signatur... More »

A full block style format for a letter means all the text is left justified. This varies from a semi-modified block style format in which some elements are right justified. Full block format is a formal style that is com... More »

Letters to judges should be written in the style of business correspondence, should possess a clear purpose and follow a simple set of formatting guidelines including left-justification, style of address and other matter... More »

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A business letter is a type of correspondence between companies or between companies and individuals, such as customers, clients, contractors or other outside parties. Business letters differ from personal letters in tha... More »

A business letter is typically formatted in a block style on company letterhead, where all elements are single-spaced blocks of text with double-spacing separating them, aligned along the left margin. The elements of a s... More »

A modified block business letter is a design format commonly used in business correspondence. As opposed to the full block format that aligns all parts of the letter at the left margin, the modified block format places t... More »