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					October 24, 2011



Mr. Helmut Schultz
Buvherer Watch Company
730 Fifth Ave.
New York , NY 10019-2046

Dear Mr. Schultz:

This letter is arranged in simplified block format. Several differenced distinguished this format from the
block and modified block styles.

The salutation is omitted; it is replaced by a subject line. The subject line is keyed below the letter
address in ALL CAPS. A double space is left above and below it.

The letter format is further streamlined by the omission of the complementary close. The writers name
and title ( or department) are keyed a quadruple space below the body of the letter in ALL CAPS. The
name and title are separated by a comma.

Notice that the letter address of this letter is keyed in the style recommended by the U.S. Postal Service
for OCR processing: ALL-CAP letters with no punctuation. As with the other letter formats, it would also
be appropriate to use cap-and-lowercase letters with punctuation for the address.

Many organizations have decided to use this particular style. Their opinion is that the salutation and
complementary close serve little purpose and are obsolete. Other organizations still prefer the
traditional block or modified block format.

Sincerely,



Mrs. Caroline Martinez
Word Processing Specialist

klw
October 24, 2011



Mrs. Susan Orr
Graphic Art Institute
2099 Calle Lorca
Santa Fe, NM 87505-3416

Dear Mrs. Orr:

This letter is arranged in simplified block format. Several differenced distinguished this format from the
block and modified block styles.

The salutation is omitted; it is replaced by a subject line. The subject line is keyed below the letter
address in ALL CAPS. A double space is left above and below it.

The letter format is further streamlined by the omission of the complementary close. The writers name
and title ( or department) are keyed a quadruple space below the body of the letter in ALL CAPS. The
name and title are separated by a comma.

Notice that the letter address of this letter is keyed in the style recommended by the U.S. Postal Service
for OCR processing: ALL-CAP letters with no punctuation. As with the other letter formats, it would also
be appropriate to use cap-and-lowercase letters with punctuation for the address.

Many organizations have decided to use this particular style. Their opinion is that the salutation and
complementary close serve little purpose and are obsolete. Other organizations still prefer the
traditional block or modified block format.

Sincerely,



Mrs. Caroline Martinez
Word Processing Specialist

klw
October 24, 2011



Ms. Nina Medelin
Foreign Exchange Committee
7800 S. Anthony Blvd.
Fort Wayne , IN 46816-2250

Dear Ms. Medelin :

This letter is arranged in simplified block format. Several differenced distinguished this format from the
block and modified block styles.

The salutation is omitted; it is replaced by a subject line. The subject line is keyed below the letter
address in ALL CAPS. A double space is left above and below it.

The letter format is further streamlined by the omission of the complementary close. The writers name
and title ( or department) are keyed a quadruple space below the body of the letter in ALL CAPS. The
name and title are separated by a comma.

Notice that the letter address of this letter is keyed in the style recommended by the U.S. Postal Service
for OCR processing: ALL-CAP letters with no punctuation. As with the other letter formats, it would also
be appropriate to use cap-and-lowercase letters with punctuation for the address.

Many organizations have decided to use this particular style. Their opinion is that the salutation and
complementary close serve little purpose and are obsolete. Other organizations still prefer the
traditional block or modified block format.

Sincerely,



Mrs. Caroline Martinez
Word Processing Specialist

klw
October 24, 2011



Mr. Nigel Byers
Central High School
65 Union Ave.
Memphis , TN 38013-2745

Dear Mr. Byers:

This letter is arranged in simplified block format. Several differenced distinguished this format from the
block and modified block styles.

The salutation is omitted; it is replaced by a subject line. The subject line is keyed below the letter
address in ALL CAPS. A double space is left above and below it.

The letter format is further streamlined by the omission of the complementary close. The writers name
and title ( or department) are keyed a quadruple space below the body of the letter in ALL CAPS. The
name and title are separated by a comma.

Notice that the letter address of this letter is keyed in the style recommended by the U.S. Postal Service
for OCR processing: ALL-CAP letters with no punctuation. As with the other letter formats, it would also
be appropriate to use cap-and-lowercase letters with punctuation for the address.

Many organizations have decided to use this particular style. Their opinion is that the salutation and
complementary close serve little purpose and are obsolete. Other organizations still prefer the
traditional block or modified block format.

Sincerely,



Mrs. Caroline Martinez
Word Processing Specialist

klw

				
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