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    Multiple pages in a letter

    How do I appropriately label multiple pages in a formal letter? What information do I put on page 2 and on? Do I include page numbers? Thanks!

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    Re: Multiple pages in a letter

    If you are using letterhead paper, use it only for the first page. All subsequent pages should be plain paper.

    Near the top left corner of the second page, type the addressee's name, the date of the letter, and then "page 2". Example:


    Mr. Russell Mael
    November 14, 2006
    Page 2




    Go down about four spaces or so and then continued your letter from page one.
    Use the same format on page 3, 4, etc.

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