How to Make Your Writing Correct and Consistent: A Style Guideis a compact reference sheet of quick and complete answers to the most frequent questions about the mechanics of business writing. With this reference, you will avoid common errors, establish consistency, minimize editing, and convey your professionalism and credibility through your written words.
How to Make Your Writing Correct and Consistent includes rules and examples for the following topics:
- Capital Letters
- Colons and Semicolons
- Monetary Values
- That or Which
About the Quick Tips Series
Quick Tips for Business Writing is a series of compact reference sheets that cover what you need to know to:
- Make your writing concise, correct, consistent, and inviting.
- Get your message read, understood, and acted on quickly.
- Establish your professionalism and credibility through your written words.
Each reference sheet in the Quick Tips for Business Writing series is:
- Two pages, plus a cover sheet of topics.
- Designed for quick browsing and searching.
- Formatted for quick readability.
- Easy to understand and apply.
- Specific, offering how-to instructions and examples.
- Comprehensive, answering the most frequent questions about business writing.
- Available as PDF for use on electronic devices.
What Does It Accomplish ?
The Quick Tips for Business Writing series enables business writers and editors to:
- Get quick, complete, and accurate answers to their most frequent questions.
- Avoid the most common errors.
- Establish consistency in form and style.
- Minimize editing and revising.
- Save time writing.
- Facilitate proofreading.
Work teams, departments, or organizations get even greater payback by having everyone in the group use Quick Tips for Business Writing consistently. This eliminates:
- Editing for personal preference.
- Purchase of large or multiple reference books.
If your work group or organization needs to establish unique guidelines for writing, Quick Tips for Business Writing can be customized to include your specific directions. Contact us at email@example.com or 207-338-0108 for more information.