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Do you put periods in acronyms?
There is no strict rule on using periods (full stops) in acronyms. You don't see N.A.S.A, B.B.C, or N.A.T.O often because they are so popular/familiar. However, you might have to put the periods if an acronym you use is not that familiar with readers.
Where do you put periods in initials?
A period should be placed after an initial and after most abbreviations.
How do you punctuate initials?
Rule: Include a space between initials. Do not include a space between initials. Preference against periods. Preference for periods.
Do you put a dot between initials?
Spacing after the periods (dots) is correct. Using periods in abbreviated names is correct, if one is using the full address. However, since many people are referred to by their initials as nicknames in dialog, I think the periods would be eliminated.
Where do you put initials in name?
initials in a name When a person uses two initials and a last name, a space should be inserted between the initials. A space also should be inserted between the last initial and the last name. But, no space between two-letter abbreviations (i.e., U.S., P.O.).
How do you punctuate acronyms?
Put punctuation after an abbreviation just as normal, except for periods. Write your abbreviations and acronyms without periods.
Is Of included in acronyms?
When writing out an acronym or initialism you do not capitalize the letter "o". For example, both LoA and LOA are common initialisms for Letter of Approval.
Is FBI an acronym or abbreviation?
The difference between an acronym and initialism is that the abbreviation formed with initialisms is not pronounced as a word, rather you say the individual letters, such as FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation), CIA (Central Intelligence Agency), and DVD (Digital Video Disk*).
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