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    diamondlil Guest

    Default Multiple cc:

    Hello,

    I transcribe reports for a Dr. He often ends with (for example)...

    cc: John Jones, M.D.
    cc: Sally Simms, M.D.
    cc: Joe Blow, Esquire

    Is it necessary to type cc: for each recipient or will 1 do? What is the proper format?

    Thank you,
    Lil

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    Default Re: Multiple cc:

    Using "cc" and then a colon (:), will allow you to list the people that are copied on the correspondence.

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    Anglika is offline No Longer With Us
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    Default Re: Multiple cc:

    I would list them, separated by a semi-colon:

    cc: John Jones, M.D.; Sally Simms, M.D.; Joe Blow, Esquire

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