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    Smile Subject Of A Letter

    When I write a letter and want to write the subject at the top. Shoulid I write "Re:"? What does it mean? Should the sentence be written in bold letters/ underlined? What about the word "Re:"? Should it be in bold?


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    Tami Bel


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    Re: Subject Of A Letter

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    When I write a letter and want to write the subject at the top. Shoulid I write "Re:"? What does it mean? Should the sentence be written in bold letters/ underlined? What about the word "Re:"? Should it be in bold?


    Thank you,
    Tami Bel
    Re: ? it means REFERENCE
    You may either use SUB (Subject) or REF (Reference) when you are writing a letter. It would be more appropriate to highlight the subject, because, it catches the eyes.


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    Re: Subject Of A Letter

    It is a short form for the Latin phrase "in re" = concerning.

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