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Guest:What does the 'cc' stand for at the end of a letter?
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cc: Tom, Mike
This letter would be sent to Frank, and copied to Tom and Mike.
I know Cc stands for Carbon copy. But what does Bcc stand for?
bcc: Spy, Spy2
Jon will receive the email, and see that Carol received it too
Carol will receive the email (copy), and see that it was sent to Jon
Spy,Spy2 will both receive the email aswell, but noone will ever know!
daxd:To add complication to the topic, the term "xc" is being used a lot now in business letters. It means that you are sending someone a xerox copy. "cc" is for carbon copies, whick I doubt anyone still sends true carbon copies anymore.
Guest:Thanks guys !! I'm new to this and I really didn't have a clue what "cc" or "bcc" meant. I posed a question to my computer and this site came up ! Wow, I'm still in awe about this new world at my finger tips...... Kathleen
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