LETTERS, FAXES AND MEMOS

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LETTERS, FAXES AND MEMOS by Mind Map: LETTERS, FAXES AND  MEMOS

1. Letters conventionally contain certain information of relevance to both the sender and the receiver. Fundamentally:

1.1. • Date and place in which it was written,

1.2. • Greetings,

1.3. • Body containing the introduction and exposition of the subject,

1.4. • Farewell and

1.5. • Signature or name of the person who writes it.

2. Among these parts can be named: place, date, code, recipient, subject, body of the text, farewell, signature, copy for the sender and footer, if necessary. It should be noted that the memoranda do not contain a closing paragraph. The information is simply transmitted and concluded with a signature and stamp.

3. Memorandum is understood to be that text or written communication, which is intended for a group of people in particular and, in which a request can be made for a work report or information of interest is exposed on one or more action topics. The memorandum is made up of a set of fixed parts, in which important data must be placed and that differentiate it from other informative and communicative texts.

4. The letter is a means through which a person or institution communicates with another by sending a message that may well be written on paper or in a digital medium

5. In addition, a letter can also contain:

5.1. • Institutional letterhead,

5.2. • Address

5.3. • Postscript for matters not referred to in the body of the letter and

5.4. • Final references, etc.

6. Faxing is the sending of a document or image over the telephone line. By extension, the device used for this process receives the same name, a device that consists of a telephone and a kind of photocopier.

7. The paper letter is usually folded in a sealed envelope, on the front of which are the name and address of the recipient, while on the back are the name and address of the sender.

8. The digital letter, for it’s part, typical of the new information and communication technologies, refers to all those electronic communications similar to the letter, which occur mainly in emails and other digital media.

9. The fax was an invention that was extremely important for a relatively long time, to the extent that it made it possible to share documentation over great distances. With the passage of time, however, it was largely ceased to be used by new inventions in the area of telecommunications.

10. The content, meanwhile, tends to be brief, clear and direct. The intention of this type of text is that the information is transmitted quickly and effectively, especially when it is a serious subject.