Under what circumstance shall I (you) write?

Many times, it is simply better to talk things out than to write. Only in rare circumstances, for example, should you write an angry memo or letter. (If
you must write in anger, be sure that you not only state your complaint but also propose a solution.) In The Effective Administrator, Donald Walker
recommends shortening the administrative lines when things get complicated. His advice when handling difficult matters is not to sit down at your
computer but to “get everyone concerned in the same room.”
Respond to the following: Under what circumstance shall I (you) write?

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