Business Letters / December 1, 2018 / Gina Pennington
The recipient may have produced brilliant work or else they helped you in a difficult time. Keep this letter short and make sure it is addressed to the specific individual/company that is deserving of your fulsome praise. Avoid exaggeration and pomposity a short and sincere letter of appreciation will go a long way. Letter Of Inquiry This is a business letter written as a means of finding out important information from a higher authority. For example the letter may be written by a prospective customer who is looking for more information on a product or service offered by a company.
If you are writing for customers do not use business jargons that they may not understand. Use the Appropriate Font Forget Comic Sans and other fonts that look "cute." Business correspondence should look crisp and formal. Standard fonts for these letters include Times New Roman and Arial. Your font should not go beyond 12 pt except if you are using a really small font. Large fonts look unprofessional and sloppy. Of course it goes without saying that all business letters should be typed and never handwritten. One needs to pay special attention to the language while writing a business letter. It should be formal and even sensitive issues should be addressed with proper care and ensure that it does not come across as offensive. For example in case of complaint letters.
There are many types of business letters with each having its own significance and relevance in the correspondence held between various parties. Here are some of the most important types of business letters: Acknowledgement Letter: This letter is written with regards to acknowledging some help in the office or thanking some relative for their kind help. It can also be known as a letter of appreciation. Adjustment Letter: This letter caters to inform the reader that a specified action is taken against any wrong deed or action. The letter serves as an acknowledgement to a specified complaint.