Carbon copy (cc) of a letter

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When putting cc on a letter, do you modify your letter to address the person you are copying or just simply send them a copy of the letter?

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When putting cc on a letter, do you modify your letter or simply send them a copy of the letter?
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Simply send them a copy of the letter.
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Add the cc notation to the bottom of the letter. Make a copy. Highlight (yellow) the cc: and [NAME] on the copy. Send the original to the addressee recipient; send the copy to the cc recipient. No need to modify the letter other than adding the cc notation.
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No don't modify the letter, use the original sender and just put

CC and the person you are copying's name.
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