Very simple basic corporate cover page.
The Free Annual Report Template for Word with Cover Page is a beautifully crafted template composed of eight pages, which includes a cover page. The cover page contains an image, which is a perspective of a highrise building covered in smooth and glossy glass and metal.
The cover page can also contains a short abstract, or key statement. The following page is a Table of Contents that automatically updates as you fill information in your annual report.
This is followed by a statement to the stockholders, such as Strategic Highlights, Financial Highlights, Operating Highlights, Looking Ahead, and the name of the Chief Executive at the very bottom. The Contact Information is a page that contains the titles and names of the persons involved in the annual report.
It has images that you can replace with your own photos. It also contains the telephone numbers, fax and email addresses. This template is very organized, with sleek and clean formatting to make the whole annual report look attractive yet professional and official.
The template contains a page footer as well to indicate the pages of the report. You can change the image on the cover photo to further personalize it for your company.
You can also change the formatting in terms of fonts and colors in the whole annual report to go according to your company colors or your preference.For example, use a page header to repeat the report title on every page.
Group Header This section is printed at the beginning of each new group of records. Use the group header to print the group name.
The title page is arranged so that the amount of space above the title is equal to the space below the date. If a report is to be bound on the left, move the left margin and centre point ¼. In addition to the articles on this current page, see the following blog which have posts related to this topic.
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On this title page of the document, you have the opportunity to present a two- to three-paragraph summary of the most important details of the document. Conclusion Finally, the conclusion of a report, depending on its purpose, should remind the reader of any action needed, ask for a response, or indicate a willingness to answer questions.
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