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Memoform

  1. 1. Dr. Gary J. Wingenbach Texas A&M University 2116 TAMU College Station, TX 77843-2116Date: Current Date HereTo: Students in AGCJ 404From: Gary J. Wingenbach, Associate Professor GJWSubject: Memorandum FormatBegin with a statement of the main idea. The first paragraph in your memo should containstatements that are clear, accurate, and motivate the recipients’ into action. Remember, a highquality memo addresses one subject only. Your memo should include a concise listing of themain points that require action. • Provide an introductory paragraph (if necessary) • Use a list, like this one, to focus the readers’ attention • Position your ideas in a logical formatPlease remember to proofread your memo and pay special attention to spelling (especially to thecorrect spelling of recipients’ names), grammar, and format. You should align the tabs (first fourlines) under the letterhead to facilitate reading. Also, do not forget to initialize your memo (nextto your name above), which indicates to your readers’ that you have read and approved thememo before sending it.

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