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The organization and structure of a report

The organization and structure of a report: Technical Writing: Reports
The organization and structure of a report: Technical Writing: Reports

Determine if a technical report is organized logically based on the content, the purpose, and how readers will use the information. Examine the report’s sequence and arrangement of sections based on cause and effect, chronology, or the importance of the subject. This video explores the primacy and recency of content and how information should be grouped together.

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Business Communication Writing

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