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With the aid of our high-quality Letter of Intent Templates, your chances of capturing a deal with another party will undoubtedly improve. All of these templates have pre-made contents that follow the standard business format and will surely capture the attention of the other party. All of them are 100% customizable and easily-editable in any Apple Pages version you have in your Mac PC. Simply add, remove, and modify some texts in the letter templates if there's a need, and you’re good to go. Thus, saving you the hassle of formulating a letter of intent from scratch and saving you time. Download any of our ready-made Letter of Intent Templates in Apple Pages now!
A letter or statement of intent concerns many possible aspects. It could be business proposals or deals such as purchase agreements, construction agreements, joint services deals, insurance deals, partnership settlements, and so much more. It could concern various applications, such as college applications, graduate school applications, job or employment applications, and so much more as well. If you're about to indulge in such deals and applications, you need to know how to create a letter of intent for whatever deal or application you're about to indulge. That's why we have gathered a few tips below on how to do it effectively.
In whatever type of formal letter, the personal info about the messenger must always be found at the beginning. Hence, you should do the same with your letter of intent. What you must provide is your complete name, contact number, email address, and home address. With your personal info, it'll be convenient for your letter's recipient to contact you in case there's something he/she wants to update or address to you regarding your intents. Moreover, see to it that your personal info stated in the letter corresponds with whatever official ID you hold.
Whatever letter of intent you're creating, be it a job application, college application, or business proposal, you must address its recipient formally using Mister and Miss; if you know the recipient's full name, the better to state it. The reason why this practice is a must is to make the recipient feel that he/she is the intended reader of the letter. Plus you're reaching out to him/her in a personal yet still a professional manner.
The body of your letter is where you'll express your intentions and motives to the recipient. You must do so in a professional tone since a letter of intent is a formal letter. You may download and view some of our letter templates to give yourself ideas on how to write in a professional tone. However, the only things you need to do to achieve that are to keep it simple, thorough, and use courteous words. Also, make sure to include factors in your letter that supports your eligibility to be granted of your intents. For example, if you wish to participate and study in a known college, you have to talk about your academic achievements. Another example, if you want to capture a business partnership with another party, you must explain what makes you eligible to be a business partner. Lastly, end your letter expressing your eagerness to be granted of your intents and your gratitude towards the recipient.
Apple Pages is undoubtedly one of the best word processors out there in the digital market. So if you own a Mac PC, why not use Apple Pages. It's already available for free. Apple Pages has the features you need to apply a standard format with your letter of intent. Plus it's user-friendly, which means operating it will be easy and convenient. Moreover, we have a selection of blank letters of intent templates that are compatible with Apple Pages.
If you see that every element of your letter of intent is already good enough, it's the right time for you to print it. Once you've done that, place it inside a presentable envelope. If your letter of intent is a job application, you can staple it together with your resume to serve as a cover letter.