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"CC," which stands for carbon copy, is a familiar phrase in e-mail, but can also be used in business letters and legal documents.
Step 1: Follow format
Follow a proper letter format when you write your letter.
Step 2: After signature
Under your signature, type cc. Put two to four spaces between your signature and the cc line.
CC can be in lower or upper case.
Step 3: Put the first name
Type the first addressee’s name next to "cc," and type the names of the other addressees below it.
Type their first and last names. You can also include the names of their employers.
Step 4: Inform everyone
Send the letter to all parties involved in the cc.
Step 5: Type included persons' e-mail addresses
Type cc'd peoples' e-mail addresses in the "cc" line, below the primary address.
Did You Know?
Did you know? The first documented use of the term "carbonated paper" was in 1806, when Ralph Wedgwood patented his "Stylographic Writer."