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    Reference number

    Hi

    I'm trying to translate a Japanese 'completion of certificate' for trainees.

    There is a reference number at the header.
    The reference number is just for general number reference, not the quoting text kind of reference.

    My question is, when we put reference number (ie, Ref12345), should we put ':' next to the `ref`?

    -->
    Ref:12345

    and

    Ref12345

    which one's correct?

    Thanks

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    Re: Reference number

    Better to put Ref. No: 12345

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