Simply put, written communication refers to the conveying of a message through written symbols.
It differs from verbal communication in that it is words noted down rather than spoken. The nature of written communication means that you can consciously choose and edit words to best get your point across.
Whenever two people exchange printed words – whether a handcrafted letter, a short text message or a brief email – they are engaging in written communication.
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