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My "secretarial training" was to use Encl. first and then the cc.
Thank you.
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Actually the correct way, taught in the 70s when I was in school, is that if the cc'd people are receiving the enclosure it comes after the cc. If they are not, it come befores.
in 2003 I studied OCR level 3 diploma and was taught the following;

Ref

date

Name
Address

Dear

Re

Content

Yours sincerely

Name
Title

Enc for one enclosure or Encs for more than 1 enclosure

Copy
so do I put
My name
the

enclosures under my name (after skipping 1 line)?
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Enclosure appears after the cc if they person being cc'd also gets a copy of the enclosure. Otherwise, the enclosure appears before the cc.

I have never heard of that!! If you don't want your cc's to receive the enclosure then the proper manner is to do this:


Signature Block


WOL:sts

Enclosure


cc: Jane Smith (without Enclosure)


The placement of the "Enclosure" or the cc in a letter has nothing to do with whether or not they get the Enclosure!! It has everything to do with proper form though.

So then where would a postscript be placed? At the very end of a letter?

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anonymous My "secretarial training" was to use Encl. first and then the cc.
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