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Using CC in business letters

When CC: a person(s) in a business letter, is it necessary to fully type their business name after their name or is an abbreviation acceptable.

For example: CC; So-and-so FCCC or Freightliner Custom Chassis Corporation

  • November 2, 2005
  • Posted by nicole
  • Filed in Style
  • 8 comments

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If you are addressing this in a real business context, you'll probably want to get a more authoritative answer at:

http://www.press.uchicago.edu/Misc/Chicago/cmosfaq/cmosfaq.html

Jun-Dai Nov-29-2005

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do you need to sign the copies that are sent to the cc? thanks

mike7 Feb-15-2006

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p[lease see me

jkdlsafj Apr-11-2006

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I think it would be important to ask yourself whether all the recipients of the letter knew who was meant by the abbreviations. I would hate to receive a letter and have to wonder who else had received a copy.

David_Fickett-Wilbar Sep-02-2006

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is there a correct way to list "cc" names when you have multiple names ?

Richard4 Aug-23-2007

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How do you appropriately address two pages of cc:'s

lgreen Dec-24-2007

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Do I sign cc copies which I've already printed out?

ccalbach Jan-23-2009

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yes

mack76 Jul-23-2009

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