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Communication Skills for the Processing of Words

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Move up the career ladder with COMMUNICATION SKILLS FOR THE PROCESSING OF WORDS Designed to help you become a more effective communicator, this text provides you with the skills you need to get a good job. Extensive examples, a reference guide, and a wide variety of applications will help you strengthen your communication skills and succeeding this course. Benefits: Principles to be Mastered: Punctuation, capitalization, number expression, word usage, subject-verb agreement, and pronoun rules are presented. Workplace Connection: This section provides information about the workplace with suggestions for obtaining an entry-level job. A Reference Guide: This guide provides a wealth of models, including letter styles, interoffice memos, reports, proofreader marks, and word division guides. NEW Word Processing Documents: E-mail, fax, and web documents are included for updated technology practices. NEW Word Processing Tips: These tips help students use correct formatting conventions. NEW Instructor's Resource CD: This CD contains data files, solutions to all unit exercises and documents, solutions to the Achievement Reviews, Six Achievement Tests and solutions (each test covers three units and consists of 15 sentences and two documents), and PowerPoint slides for each principle covered in the text-workbook--the principle with examples and five-sentence try-out exercise--and solutions to the Tryout Sentences. Principles to be Mastered: Punctuation, capitalization, number expression, word usage, subject-verb agreement, and pronoun rules are presented. Extensive Examples: This examples explain and clarify the concepts and rules presented in each unit. A Wide Variety of Applications: Sentence, composition, proofreading, and formatting applications provide an abundance of practice to strengthen communication skills. Any word processing software is appropriate. Dictionary Usage: This section trains students to use ten new business vocab
Author: Reiff, Roseanne
Cengage Learning