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Guest:Please explain how to 'pp' a letter.
Help needed urgently How do I pp a letter? in other words if Peters name is at the bottom of the letter how do I (Juliette) sign it for him?? Thanks
Pia:all you have to do is sign in yourself and put pp/ (written in ink) in front of Peter's name.
Much thanks to Pia and Scholar, you are[*]s, Lori Gator
Guest:Ditto to Lori, that had been really useful info!
Guest:Thanks, this has really been helpful. My boss said to write a letter for him and to pp it, had no idea what that meant. Now i know. Thanks again.
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