Contains information for improving writing with examples.
David A. McMurrey, Austin Community College
Using a report you have either previously produced for your company or a report that you are currently required to develop and using those guidelines your company requires when a report is written, begin to outline and rough draft the introduction, body and conclusion of your report and a draft abstract, using the principles learned with the Online Technical Writing course material.
Learn how to write effective technical reports that meet company guidelines and meet the following criteria: 1) a clear and concise; 2)are written at a level that fosters comprehension by readers; 3) adhere to recognized standards of English (spelling/grammar); 4) respond to all company requirements and guidelines for producing technical reports; 5) state recommendation(s) and support them; 6) enable readers to make choices and decisions based on what they have read.
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