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In writing the addressee, which is correct?
To whom it may concern
To Whom It May concern
Which is correct, #1 or #2?
Many thanks in advance.
On the front of the envelope is written:
To Whom it May Concern
So I can, at the very least, confirm that this is how a doctor would write it. Helpful? I am not sure!
I think it should be capitalized.
It is not a sentence where you use small letters but it is like a title or an address and should be given prominence. Just like you write 'Dear Sir/Madam' and not Dear sir/madam.
not a teacher
I guess nobody's perfect. You're right. Who can claim that they are infallible?
Now that things are cleared up, I would like to say "Thank you."
With warmest wishes.