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Use informative headings for lively reports
Try headings that summarize your main points ...
You probably use headings to break up the text in reports and letters. Just don’t always settle for single words or short phrases—sometimes short sentences make the most effective headings. For example, try headings that summarize your main points. Instead of “Sales,” try “Quarterly sales are up 15 percent.” Instead of “Staffing needs,” use “Switch emphasis from new hires to temps.” Replace “Repairs” with “Need repairs? Try our new website.” In each case, you add information, direction—and interest.
—Adapted from the Business Letter Writing website