Whether you are writing a business case for your employer or your final dissertation at university, you need to produce a well structured and concisely written report. Such documents are often lengthy, requiring a great deal of time and effort to write and edit before assembling into an accepted framework.

Although most of us are familiar with the standard report format: executive summary, contents, introduction, findings, conclusions, recommendations, bibliography and sources, there is usually an organisational house style to adhere to. When you add to that, the need to format your report document within a word processor with headings, page numbering, a table of contents and referencing, you have a fair amount of work to do before your report is ready to present to its audience.

Microsoft formatting

If you need help with a business document or academic report, ask about Dotting and Crossing’s report editing and formatting service. Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint formats are supported.

Other business documentation includes:



Proposals and bids

Training guides.