Be sure to carefully review the grammar, spelling, and format of your business letter numerous times before you send it out, to avoid leaving a poor first impression with your correspondent.
Begin with the name of the addressee on the first line. You may want to highlight key words to make them "pop" - this technique is possible with most word-processing programs and your color multifunction printer.
You can refer to our letters above to see some examples.
Skip lines between paragraphs. Paragraphs are single-spaced, but double-spaced between paragraphs. In the first paragraph, get to your point quickly and state it concisely in the first line.
If you are using letterhead that already provides your address, do not retype that information; just begin with the date. List all items. The following are the standard rules that should be adhered to when formatting the page of a formal letter: 1.