WRITING LETTERS

Date: 2015-01-29; view: 11


 

You have learned how to write official letters before (for details consult Part I which you used in the 2nd year). Just to remind you of the structure of a standard remember that the major parts of the letter include:

1. Letterhead (usually a return address)

2. Date (remember the differences between the British and American ways of writing dates)

3. Your recipient’s address (including the name and the professional title (if any), the company or organization …
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Welcome to the World of Nanotechnology

Date: 2015-01-29; view: 14


Tiny technology promises big rewards. Some may already be in your closet.

By Jennifer Kahn

Photograph by Mark Thiessen

National Geographic Photographer

“I sit before you today with very little hair on my head. It fell out a few weeks ago as a result of the chemotherapy I’ve been undergoing. Twenty years ago, without even this crude chemotherapy, I would already be dead. But 20 years from now, nanoscale missiles will target …
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Writing Skills

Date: 2014-12-21; view: 16


A while back Welcometomylair1 asked a question about saving project settings so they would persist from one run to the next. In my reply I outlined a way to extend the existing SessToken.txt file to save project settings as well as the session token. G-Factor suggested a simpler way of doing this using VB’s inbuilt application settings facility. In this step we look at this.

1. Saving the value of a control’s property.

For example the Text property of a TextBox.

TextBoxes are …
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Writing Skills

Date: 2014-12-21; view: 15


A while back Welcometomylair1 asked a question about saving project settings so they would persist from one run to the next. In my reply I outlined a way to extend the existing SessToken.txt file to save project settings as well as the session token. G-Factor suggested a simpler way of doing this using VB’s inbuilt application settings facility. In this step we look at this.

1. Saving the value of a control’s property.

For example the Text property of a TextBox.

TextBoxes are …
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