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How do you indicate a typist initials in a letter?
Type the initials of the letter writer in capital letters, followed by a slash or colon. Add the typist's initials in lowercase letters. For example, if the letter writer's name is Andrew Benson, and the typist's name is Carrie Dale, the typist line should appear as follows: AB/cd, or AB:cd.
When would typist initials be included in a letter?
If the title is three or more words, place it below the typed name. When a letter is keyed by someone other than the author, the typist's initials are included at the bottom of the letter for reference purposes. Sometimes both the author's initials (in caps) and the typist's initials (in lowercase) are used.
What do initials at bottom of letters mean?
Initials included at the bottom of a business letter are called typist's initials. Some companies require them so that they know who actually typed the letter versus who composed it, in order to determine who is responsible for typos, misspellings, and other mistakes that took place when the letter was produced.
What is the correct format for reference initials?
REFERENCE INITIALS It's easiest. If you are composing and typing the letter, omit reference initials. When using the typist's initials, use either upper or lower case (mrd or MRD) and when using both the writer's and typist's initials (mrd/jhv or MRD/JHV), follow the same format.
How does a secretary sign a letter?
Type the boss's name under the signature. Sign your name, if the boss is comfortable with the recipient knowing that you composed the letter on her behalf. On the line beneath your signature, write "for" and type your boss's name.
What do initials at the bottom of a letter mean?
What do the initials at the bottom of a letter mean? They include the initials of the letter's writer in all caps, followed by a slash mark or colon, and then the initials of the typist in lower case.
What goes at the bottom of a letter?
The very last section of a business letter is dedicated to reference initials. These initials are always placed at the bottom of a letter, two lines below the signature block and aligned with the left margin. There may be one or more sets of reference initials.
How do you indicate enclosures in a letter?
If you need to note enclosures in a letter, leave a double space under your signature and salutation, then write Enclosure. To signify that your letter has more than 1 document enclosed, use the plural, Enclosures followed by a colon and the number of documents.
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