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Hi

1. I sent you the money through/via the wire transfer on the seventh of October 2007.

2. I sent you the money through/via the wire transfer October 7 2007.

CAN I WRITE IT THIS WAY?

How about numbers?

1. 1.000,345 or 1 000 345 or 1,000,345 or 1.000.345 etc.

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You do not need to spell out dates in this context: October 7, 2007 OR 7 October 2007 is fine.

With large numbers, the punctuation is:

1000
10,000
100,000
1,000,000

So your number would appear as: 1,000,345 [one million, three hundred and forty-five]
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Are there any other possibilities to write this date?

For example: October 7th, 2007.

Does it never happen that you have to write the date in words: The seventh of October two thousand seven.

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Your alternative is fine.

The only place I have ever had to spell out a date is in a legal contract.
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