How 10: Handbook for Office Professionals / Edition 10 available in Other Format
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- Cengage Learning
Since 1975, HOW and its subsequent editions have been a prominent reference source for business writers, office personnel, and students. With every new edition, HOW has kept pace with changes in our language and the business environment, striving to provide a useful and easy-to-understand reference manual for all professionals involved in organizational operations. It includes detailed and precise information for writing, formatting, and transmitting communications. Unlike other reference books, HOW 10 is tailored for writing style, grammar, mechanics, and techniques in a business/office environment. This text can be used as a stand-alone reference or as a supplement.
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About the Author
James Clark earned a B.S. and an M.S. degree from the University of Southern California. He was a professor of business at Pasadena City College for 11 years and subsequently served as dean of the Business Division for 17 years. Before joining the Pasadena City College staff, James Clark was an assistant professor at California State University, Los Angeles, and a teacher at Burbank and La Puente High Schools. He also taught part-time in the extension programs at UCLA and USC. Besides holding memberships and offices in professional organizations such as the California Business Education Association, the National Business Education Association, Delta Pi Epsilon, and The Association for Business Communication, James Clark has conducted a number of communication seminars for the Culinary Union, the American Right of Way Association, Caltrans, the Canadian Right of Way Association, the Los Angeles Executive Training Program, and several large legal firms. He also has authored several articles on business communication. His most recent writing endeavors are two coauthored projects: HOW 11: A HANDBOOK FOR OFFICE PROFESSIONALS, 11e, and POWER: PROFESSIONAL WRITER'S ELECTRONIC RESOURCE published by Thomson South-Western. Other published college texts include CLARKS' ONLINE REFERENCE MANUAL (South-Western College Publishing); A HANDBOOK FOR BUSINESS PROFESSIONALS (Wadsworth Publishing Company); LANGUAGE AND WORD PROCESSING APPLICATIONS (Glencoe/McGraw-Hill); UNIVERSAL TRANSCRIPTION (PWS-KENT Publishing Company); and COLLEGE BUSINESS MACHINES (Gregg/McGraw-Hill).
Lyn Clark is currently a professor of business in the Computer Applications and Office Technologies Department at LosAngeles Pierce College, where she has been serving as department chair since 2001. Notable college recognitions include the Professor of the Month Award and the Pierce College Foundation American Spirit Award. Dr. Clark earned her B.S., M.A., and Ed.D. degrees from UCLA. Besides holding memberships in Delta Pi Epsilon, the National Business Education Association, the California Business Education Association, Theta Alpha Delta, and The Association for Business Communication, Dr. Clark has held a series of offices in several of these professional organizations. She also served as community college program director for two NBEA conventions and program chair or cochair for three CBEA conferences. Dr. Clark has conducted numerous workshops nationwide on methods of teaching business English and communication, computer applications, and voice input. She has written articles for business education periodicals and is the author or coauthor of six business texts: BUSINESS ENGLISH AND COMMUNICATION, 8th Edition, LANGUAGE AND WORD PROCESSING APPLICATIONS, and VOICE RECOGNITION WITH SOFTWARE APPLICATIONS published by Glencoe/McGraw-Hill; UNIVERSAL TRANSCRIPTION published by PWS-KENT Publishing Company; HOW 11: A HANDBOOK FOR OFFICE PROFESSIONALS, 11th Edition, published by South-Western College Publishing; and A HANDBOOK FOR BUSINESS PROFESSIONALS published by Wadsworth Publishing Company. She is also the coauthor of CLARKS' ONLINE REFERENCE MANUAL and PoWER: PROFESSIONAL WRITER'S ELECTRONIC RESOURCE (South-Western College Publishing).
Table of Contents
1. Punctuation 2. Hyphenating and Dividing Words 3. Capitalization 4. Number Formats and Applications 5. Grammar and Usage 6. Abbreviated Forms 7. Words Often Confused and Misused 8. Proofreading and Editing 9. Using The Internet 10. Electronic Messaging 11. Address Format and Forms of Address 12. Business Letters and Memorandums 13. Reports and Other Business Documents 14. Employment Application Resources 15. Reference Sources 16. Manual and Electronic File Management