Thursday, July 14, 2011

"You" in a Memo

When should you use “you” in a memo?  When written in conversational memos, the overuse of “you” sounds like the writer is giving orders to the reader.   Relying on “you” suggests that the writer is giving directions, as in traffic directions or recipes.

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