Memorandums can be used for recommendations, proposals, and reports. As letters are, memos are single-spaced. Memos begin with a Heading in order of: “To,” “From,” “Date,” “Subject” (you may see examples of formats that change this order, but this is the order I’m assigning you).There are also the kinds of “Headings” you can use within the memo to label its sections. Don’t confuse Headings with “Headers.” In the pages from Professional Communications’s Ch. 14, “Memos” (above), are an example of both a memo’s Headings (pp. 495-496) and its Header (p. 497). A Header is used on Memos and on Letters that go into a second page or more; it lists the addressee, the page number, and the date.
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