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  1. 1. Netiquette<br />A Basic Guidelineto<br />Online Communication<br />
  2. 2. Netiquette: Etiquette for the NET<br />Keep it short and sweet. <br />Try to fit your ideas in a single screen.<br />Keep your paragraphs to less than 15 lines. <br />Always leave a space between paragraphs or ideas; you can also indent the first line of your paragraph. <br />
  3. 3. Netiquette: Etiquette for the NET<br />Use Sentence Case and UPPERCASE appropriately. A text is harder to read when it is in ALL CAPS. The use of UPPERCASE can be interpreted AS SHOUTING.<br />Use appropriate font (size, color, and style) for your messages.<br />
  4. 4. Netiquette: Etiquette for the NET<br /><ul><li>Avoid using light or extremely bright colors (unless you’re using a dark background) or colors that make reading hard.
  5. 5. Avoid using special symbols or punctuation marks that are not used in English. About 50% of worldwide computers mix and change these symbols: Example:"María Ibáñez" (as seen in your screen), can appear as "Mar%aIb&?ez" in other computers. </li></li></ul><li>Netiquette: Etiquette for the NET<br />You can also add symbols to share emotions <br />:D ;)   :S :O<br />Before sending your message, make sure:<br />Your message is clear and concrete<br />Your message doesn’t give the wrong idea<br />You check your spelling and grammar<br />You’ve attached the files you mentioned!<br />