A style guide constructed by Walton’s Words to assist report writers in constructing and delivering data and findings in a concise and consistent manner. This guide can be used for all forms of reporting, and will provide the writer with a deeper knowledge of how to structure their report, including the correct use of grammar, spelling and punctuation. It will help ensure a final document that’s perceived as professional and informative.
“A professional writer is an amateur who didn’t quit.” (Bach)
“When our spelling is perfect, it’s invisible. But when it’s flawed, it prompts strong negative associations.” (vos Savant)
“It is quality rather than quantity that matters.” (Seneca)