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    When typing a letter and copying a few people from different depts do you put it in parenthesis? Example:

    Cc: John Smith (BOS)

    or

    Cc: John Smith, BOS

    Also is it

    Cc:

    or

    cc: ??????

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    Re: cc

    "cc" means "carbon copy"
    Carbon copy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Carbon copying, often abbreviated to c.c., was originally the technique of using carbon paper to produce one or more copies simultaneously with the creation of paper documents. On a typewriter, this would be done by placing carbon paper sheets between two or more sheets of paper in the machine, so that whatever was typed on the front sheet was copied onto the other sheets. This technique applies to written documents as well.

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    Re: cc

    Use cc in lower case.

    As for the rest, it's entirely up to you, as long as your are consistent.

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