Do not ask others for feedback when you are reviewing your business messages because too many opinions can muddle your message.
Reviewing business messages minimizes the possibility of embarrassing and damaging mistakes.
In the context of writing a business message, the goal of completeness specifically means that
A) your message avoids all miscalculation, misinformation, and typographical errors.
B) your message provides all the information necessary to meet the intended purpose.
C) your language is efficient, saying as much as you can in as few words as possible.
D) your layout has a lot of long paragraphs and few white spaces.
E) your word count is as low as possible without redundancies or empty phrases.
In order to ensure the completeness of a business message, one should
A) be specific.
B) avoid empty phrases.
C) avoid redundancies.
D) control paragraph length.
E) use action verbs.