What Is a Memo Letterhead?

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A memo letterhead refers to the contact data of a company on the top of a memo. The letterhead positively gives the corporate image. It is not a must that you put letterheads as most memos are internal.
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Letterhead - that's what letters are written on. Memos - are for internal communications that are not official. Minutes are "official" notes taken from a meeting.
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