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    Default two Carbon Copies on a letter

    I am sending a business letter. I want to carbon copy it to two people different from the addressee. Is it done as follows

    cc: John Doe; Jane Doe

    or

    cc: John Doe
    cc: Jane Doe

    ??

    Windy in Wichita

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    Default Re: two Carbon Copies on a letter

    cc name one; name 2 etc

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    Default Re: two Carbon Copies on a letter

    This is probably just a stylistic difference, but in the US, the most common form is:

    cc: Jane Doe
    Robert Roe
    John Q. Public




    (The names should all line up under "Jane Doe;" the forum isn't allowing my text to do that, however.)

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