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    Subject in a letter

    I would like to know where do we put the subject of a letter: before the 'Dear sir' or after?
    Thank you!

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    Re: Subject in a letter

    The subject of the letter will appear in the text of the letter.

    It is not normal to have a "subject" as a heading in a letter unless there is a specific reason. This might be a situation where a legal case is being presented and has to be identified.

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