Macrowriting, Other Management

Macrowriting

This term discover issues in written documents that have to do with the document as a whole. Important macrowriting parts include the overall company logics there flow, and layout. These issues apply to all kind of written communication. The motive of macrowriting is to raise readability and appeal by using white space, headings, and typography to produce a document with a clear and coherent organizational structure and design. Another motive of macrowriting is to place thoughts together in a way that promotes a logical flow by means of linking transitions and clear openings and closings. Planning for editing at a macrowriting level includes making the writing comprehensible if a reader were to skim the document and using introductions and conclusions in paragraphs as links to convey the intended message.

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