Write a proper letter by including the sender's address, the name and address of the person receiving the letter and the date. Write a salutation, the body of the letter and the ending. Finally, sign the bottom of the le... More »

A complaint letter must be concise, authoritative, factual, constructive and friendly to be effective. A complaint letter is an attempt to receive compensation or enact some sort of change based on a negative experience ... More »

When constructing a letter about yourself, address the letter to the appropriate recipient, such as a friend, family member or potential employee; start the letter with an interesting fact or detail about personality tra... More »

While personal letters typically begin with a simple greeting, business or formal letter begin with a collection of information that includes the date, the sender's name and address, possibly the company the sender works... More »

A certified letter should include the name and mailing address of the recipient, the sender’s return address and the time and date of mailing. The information must be entered into a certified mail form 3800. More »

The proper way to address an envelope is by writing the name and address of the person you intend to send the letter to in the center of the envelope. Your return address should appear on the top left corner of the envel... 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 »