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    Heading a letter

    I have to address a letter to two people and I am unclear as to the addressing of the letter. Mr. John Doe and Ms. Jane Quiver - they live at the same address
    also how do i personalize the letter to them (i.e. dear mr. doe and ms. quiver?

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    Re: Heading a letter

    The inside address should read:

    Mr. John Doe and Ms. Jane Quiver
    123 Street Address
    City, State ZIP

    The salutation should read:

    Dear Mr. Doe and Ms. Quiver:


    (NOTE: You can also reverse the names, and use "Ms. Jane Quiver and Mr. John Doe" as the inside address, and then "Dear Ms. Quiver and Mr. Doe" as the salutation.)

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