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do I need to add address to a formal thank you note.
placed on a note card.
this is for a thank you for an interview
 

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An informal thank you on a note card does not use a business format.
Just be sure that this (informal thank you) is how you want to thank this person for the interview.
 

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However, the question was about a formal thank you.

It is unusual to send a thank you note for an interview - is this acknowledging that you have been granted an interview or thanking someone for interviewing you?

If it is a formal thank you, it should have sender's address top right, recipient's address to left above the salutation.
 

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If it is a formal thank you, it should have sender's address top right, recipient's address to left above the salutation.


I am not sure that this placement is universal throughout the English-speaking world. I receive many business letters and they all tend to have both sender and recipient address blocks on the left.
 

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I provide advice in this matter from my own professional background and training. If others choose to advise differently, that is fine. The questioner can select which suits them.
 

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I thought the question was whether there needed to be recipient / sender address on a Note card thank-you.

"Note card," to me, means a small, simple, fold-over card in a note-card size envelope. Very informal.
 

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Which is one reason for asking the poster to clarify what is meant by "thank you for an interview".
 
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