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What are some of the challenges you might find in preparing a document to be included in a reference document?
Adding flair to your documents is great, but no one will give you their business or publish your paper because of the color of your text or the effects on your pie chart. [ Effective document design is about helping your important information stand out. Take a look at two versions of a business letter to see how basic design elements can make a document more effective. ] ]
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