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    what is the difference between intial and signature?

    Hi,
    what is the difference between intial and signature?

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    Re: what is the difference between intial and signature?

    Your initials are the first letter of each of your names.

    If your name is Maria Elena Palermo, you initials are MEP.

    Your signature is when you write your full name in cursive.

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    what is the difference between intial and signature?
    Initialnoun the first letter of a word, especially the first letter of a personal or proper name Write your initials at the bottom.
    He wrote his initials,as: S.K.P. at the bottom of the page.
    signature noun: your name written by yourself, always in the same way, usually to show that something has been written or agreed by you. Autograph on the otherhand, a signature of a famous person or clebrity. Did you get his autograph?

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    Re: what is the difference between intial and signature?

    Initials show that someone has read or received something, but they don't have the same importance as a signature- you don't initial cheques or contracts.

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