Structure: Providing Transition, Depth, and Emphasis
Structure is not just the organization of details. Although organizing details in a document is certainly important, many well-organized documents fail to inform because the writer has not made strong transitions between the details or has not presented the details at the proper depth or has not placed the proper emphasis on the details.
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