General practice when writing a business letter is to use a Times New Roman size 12 font, with a left-justified block format that is single-spaced within paragraphs and double-spaced between paragraphs. To write the lett... More »

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Users can type a letter on a Windows PC or laptop by opening and using a program called WordPad. A variety of word processing software programs are also available for either Windows or Mac computers. More »

Type and print a letter online by using an online word processor such as those available through Microsoft Office Live, Google Docs, Zoho Docs and ThinkFree Online, as of 2015. Each tool allows you to type and format the... More »

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Some formatting rules to follow when typing a business letter include using a block format, using a font such as Times New Roman size 12, and using a colon following the salutation and a comma after the closing. In the b... More »

A business letter most often uses block format, in which the letter is single-spaced and left justified, although paragraphs have double spaces separating them. The salutation uses a colon, and the closing has a comma. More »

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 »

Use a professional letter format that organizes information into three distinct paragraphs of information including: what the reader is being welcomed to, what the welcome entitles the reader to and a reiteration of the ... More »

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