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    When writing a minutes of meeting document.

    Is the layout still the same as a business minutes of meeting document?

    If so, can you please post an example of what the layout should look like.
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    It's pretty much the same I think yeah. The way I would do it is:

    -Title of the meeting
    -People Who Attended
    -Who is taking the minutes

    Then just do what was said at what time and by who, also you may need to have a section for actions required (e.g. if someone said they need 10 burgers, then write who needs to get those 10 burgers and preferably by when)


    That's pretty much the way I did it, hope I helped!
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    (Original post by BSc.Pro.Logic)
    It's pretty much the same I think yeah. The way I would do it is:

    -Title of the meeting
    -People Who Attended
    -Who is taking the minutes

    Then just do what was said at what time and by who, also you may need to have a section for actions required (e.g. if someone said they need 10 burgers, then write who needs to get those 10 burgers and preferably by when)


    That's pretty much the way I did it, hope I helped!
    thanks for your help!

    much appreciated
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    (Original post by mangoh)
    thanks for your help!

    much appreciated
    No worries
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