Fold a Letter
Edited by Train Wreck, VisiHow, Eng
This is a tutorial on how to fold a letter. Specifically we will be discussing how to fold the apology letter you will have written to apologize for whatever it was you may have done. The skill of folding letters can also be applied to regular letters that you may send to a friend or to anyone else. In the photo below you will see a picture of paper and an envelope, with our lovely pen resting on top. This is an important combination because it sets the foundation for any and every letter that you will ever create. Much like these three objects, there are three parts to every good letter.
We will not discuss them in detail here; however, I will briefly address each:
How to Fold a Letter
Now you know that at the top of our letter we have the opening. In the middle of our letter we have the body. At the end of our letter we have the closing. You may be wondering why this is important to folding a letter. Now we are going to show you.
- 10This will allow them to open the letter easily and read the important parts at a glance. There are a minimal number of folds, meaning that text is less likely to be marred or obscured by excessive folds.Anyone opening this letter will do so by pulling the top part of the paper which sticks out, or by sliding the letter out if they open the envelope from the side.
This has been a VisiHow tutorial on how to fold a letter to put in an envelope. It's designed to be especially helpful for those of you writing apology letters.
- Always wash your hands and wrists before folding a letter. Otherwise you might make your letter dirty when applying pressure to fold it.
- Remember that if you need help writing an apology letter you can visit our tutorials on how to write various types of apology letters.
See other tutorials on letters: Write an Apology Letter to Your Boss or Company, Address an Envelope for an Apology Letter, Write a Letter of Apology, and Write a Letter of Pleading.
If you have problems with any of the steps in this article, please ask a question for more help, or post in the comments section below.
Categories : Writing
Recent edits by: VisiHow, Train Wreck