Business Letter #2 is a modern take on the traditional letter and features a clean, crisp business-style format that’s bound to impress. The business logo and contract details are displayed in the top right corner, while all the regular letter content is left-aligned and begins just below the included logo.
Crafting Your Letter
The Business Letter #2 gives you ultimate control over the contents of the generated document. You can include and change the following:
- Business Logo
- Business Address
- Business Phone & Email
- Business Website Address
- Date Format
- Recipient Name and Address
- Greeting Salutation
- Subject Matter
- Body Copy (option to indent first line in each paragraph)
- Closing Salutation
- Signature, including name and business / position. You can add a signature image, a faux signature using a fancy font, or forgo the signature (for hand signing)
Business Letter #2 Uses
While email has dramatically shadowed the humble letter, there are still many reason you might need to write one today. These include:
- Letter of Appreciation
- Letter of Complaint
- Purchase Order
- Letter of Acknowledgement
- Acceptance / Rejection Letter
- Cover Letter
- Welcome Letter
- Sales Letter
- Special Offers or Discounts
Perfect with Gravity Flow or GravityView
Gravity PDF integrations seamlessly with both Gravity Flow and GravityView. Gravity Flow allows very advanced workflows and you can integrate and email Business Letter #2 at any step of this process (think Acceptance or Rejection Letters). Using GravityView and their Advanced Filter extension you’ll be able to make a members area where users can easily download copies of their PDFs.
Business Letter #2 comes packaged with the open source sans-serif font, Open Sans, which was designed by Colorado-based typeface designer, Steve Matteson. Open Sans is a highly readable font that was optimised for both print and web. For the best results we recommend using Open Sans at 10pt.
All our templates come with control over the PDF paper size, orientation, font, size and colour, PDF format, and security features such as password protection.