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    date used in sentence

    Can you write part of the date on a formal business letter be split between two lines?

    Example

    The date of your blank blank blank test is sheduled for January 1,
    2009?

    Or should be ot

    The date of yor blank blank test is sheduled for
    January 1, 2009?

    Thank you,

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    Re: date used in sentence

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Can you write part of the date on a formal business letter be split between two lines?

    Example

    The date of your blank blank blank test is scheduled for January 1 2009?

    Or should it be

    The date of your blank blank test is scheduled for January 1, 2009?

    Thank you,
    It will depend on the length of line in your printing instructions. There is no right or wrong about whether the date splits or not.

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