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Formally, you would refer to the enclosed items in the body of your letter followed by (enclosed) and then, under the signature at the end of the letter you'd write “Enclosures (x)” where x is the number of enclosures.
When sending an enclosure in a business letter, place the letters Enc with a semi-colon or write the word Enclosure at the bottom of the letter on the left-hand side. Then put the name of the document. This alerts the reader that a second document is included in the correspondence.
Reasons to Use CC at the Bottom of a Formal Letter With a formal typed letter, this is possible by including a carbon copy notation at the end of your message. After your enclosure section, type the notation CC followed by a colon. Next, include the name of the person you're sending the letter to.
An enclosure notation--Enclosure:, Encl., or Enc. --alerts the recipient that additional material (such as a resumed or a technical article) is included with the letter. You can either identify the enclosure or indicate how many pieces there are.
The 'CC' notation usually includes names of people to whom you distribute copies, sometimes you could include their addresses as well. 'CC' is typed at the end of the letter after enclosure notations or identification initials. This notation appears on the office copy and the third-party copy only, not on the original.
Enclosure in a Business Letter If you wish to enclose documents, you can either list all enclosed documents separately or just write the word 'Enclosure' below the signature.
Enclosure in a Business Letter If you wish to enclose documents, you can either list all enclosed documents separately or just write the word 'Enclosure' below the signature.
Whether one enclosure or multiple enclosures are included, you may choose to list specific enclosed material. Do this by skipping one line below the sender's typed name and typing “Enclosures” followed by a colon. Then list the first enclosure. Skip to the next line and list the second enclosure.
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