yes because all stories, letters, any thing that is writen had to be indented
The purpose of indenting paragraphs is to indicate a change of subject (as when you move to a new "topic sentence") or at least to break up the text into more readable sections. No one wants to read an excessively long paragraph. It is easier to take in meaning when there are pauses provided by paragraphing. Indenting is not the only way to show paragraph breaks. One can use the block paragraph style, in which there are no paragraph indents but a space is skipped between paragraphs. The correct way to indent paragraphs, if that is your preferred style, is to use the tab. Strangely, many people don't know how to do this and indent by hitting the space bar a few times. This is a bad idea, because it often results in indents of uneven length and the resulting document doesn't look professional.
Block format means that all of the paragraphs are flushed left. With block format you will not have to indent your paragraphs.
if using the usual block style, no.
no, you do not indent. all paragraphs start at the left margin :)
paragraph block :D
In a full block business letter, each element of the letter (title, address, salutation, body, salutation, signature, identification, attachments) is left-aligned. Also, the first sentences of paragraphs are not indented. The first sentences of paragraphs are indented.
It is when the entire text is aligned to the left and is single spaced with the exception of double spacing between paragraphs
The distinctive feature of a block style is that you do not indent the first word of a paragraph. The paragraphs are distinguished by leaving a blank space between them.
A modified block style is a format for a business letter. The date and the signature are centered. All paragraphs are not indented. All text is aligned to the margin on the left side of the paper.
The most popular formats can be standard (includes commas), open (no punctuations), block (text is aligned to the left side) and semi-block (aligned left text and indented paragraphs).