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Draft Writing

1) To create a professional document, do you first create a draft of your work? What is a draft? How do you move from one version of a draft, to the next? How do you know when you work is completed, and is no longer a draft?

2) While writing, is a revision and an edit of your work the same thing? Different? Explain.

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Business Communication

1) To create a professional document, do you first create a draft of your work? What is a draft? How do you move from one version of a draft, to the next? How do you know when you work is completed, and is no longer a draft?

It is a must that a rough draft must be done when creating a professional document. A draft is a preliminary form of any writing, subject to revision, copying, etc. The writer prepares his/her ideas and writes a plan/outline before he/she writes the first draft. It is one part of the whole writing process that leads to a finished, presentable, and hopefully excellent essay.

The idea of the first draft is to ...

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The solution defines the term draft as used in communication/writing and the process of moving from one draft to another until it is finalized is also discussed. A comparison of revision and editing is also explained. References included.

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