Plain Language: Clear and Simple
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Produced by Human Resources Development Canada.
Published by Canadian Government Publishing, 1991.
|Plain Language: Clear
and Simple promotes the use of plain language in written communications.
You can make your letters, brochures, reports, and manuals easy to read by
following the seven steps to plain language writing. This reference presents a
series of pertinent questions that you should ask yourself before you start
writing; offers guidance on how you should organize your information, choice of
words, and construction of sentences and paragraphs; and contains advice on
presentation, highlighting the importance of headings, spacing, type style,
graphics, and illustrations. The checklist at the end will help you gauge your
success in writing plainly.
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