Looking for a formal letter to send along with your job application? Need to deliver valuable information to your business partner or client? Or you have to apologize for your mistakes to a person you care about?
TemplateRoller’s extensive library of Letter Templates and Samples will help you to communicate with people via traditional mail or email, create a paper trail you can later use as evidence recognized by courts and government agencies, and get your point across to protect your interests or obtain benefits you are eligible for.
Below you can learn more about miscellaneous letter templates - find formal and personal letters appropriate for your professional surroundings in case your academic future or employment depends on this documentation or send an emotional note to your loved ones to show your appreciation and support.
|Acceptance Letters||Consent Letters||Inquiry Letters||Recommendation Letters|
|Apology Letters||Court Letters||Intent Letters||Reference Letters|
|Appeal Letters||Cover Letters||Interest Letters||Referral Letters|
|Appreciation Letters||Debt Letters||Introduction Letters||Rejection Letters|
|Authorization Letters||Demand Letters||Invitation Letters||Reprimand Letters|
|Award Letters||Donation Letter||Legal Letters||Request Letters|
|Cancellation Letters||Encouragement Letters||Letters for Kids||Resignation Letters|
|Cease and Desist Letters||Engagement Letters||Love Letters||Support Letters|
|Claim Letters||Farewell Letters||Medical Letters||Tax Letters|
|Complaint Letters||Gift Letters||Notification Letters||Termination Letters|
|Condolence Letters||Goodwill Letters||Offer Letters||Thank You Letters|
|Confirmation Letters||Hardship Letters||Real Estate Letters||Welcome Letter|
|Congratulation Letters||Holiday Letters||Receipt Letters||Workplace Letters|
Once you find the category of letters you need, you can browse the samples and templates we provide. It is possible to tailor each document to suit your particular needs or simply print it out as it is and add your personal details. Every letter-writing template has instructions and guidelines you can follow to complete it correctly.
Without a doubt, it's pretty hard to remember everything you learned in school about how to address a formal letter. You might go years without ever needing to write more than a semi-professional email. Nevertheless, professional letter-writing is a vital skill that comes in handy for everything from apartment hunting to negotiating a raise.
To properly address any letter, you will need to refer to the recipient by their name and title (this shows that you've done your research!). The appropriate title to use when writing to a woman is "Ms." regardless of their marital status. Using "Miss" or "Mrs" is widely considered to be outdated. Use "Mr." if the recipient of your letter is male.
Use "Dr." when writing to a medical professional or someone that you know has a Ph.D. Use "Professor" when writing to a member of a university or college faculty. If there's no way for you to know the gender of the person you are writing to, make sure that you use a gender-neutral greeting and their full name (e.g., "Dear Taylor Jones.")
Include your contact information and offer the recipient of the letter to get in touch with you if they have any questions or concerns.
Once you indicated all the important details in the main body of the document, end the letter with the last paragraph - reiterate your point of view and express hope for a prompt answer or reaction from the addressee. Add a formal closing - "Regards", "Sincerely", or "Best Wishes" - and sign your name.
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