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    When writing a business letter and because of not knowing how long printing will take, we can't put on an exact date, we can only put the month and year. Is there a comma between the month and year(ex. March, 2008 or is it just March 2008)?
    Thank you

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    Re: Date

    There is no absolute rule. Some people use a comma, some don't. Use what your company prefers.

    In the case of a letter, the date is usually the date on which it was written, not necessarily the date on which it is printed/sent.

    If the information is on a flyer to multiple recipients, month and year is probably perfectly acceptable.

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