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What type of paper do you print an interview thank you letter on?

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A job applicant should print his post-interview, thank-you note on a quality bond paper. Alternately, a high-grade stationery paper with a matching envelope is also suitable for a thank-you note.

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If the applicant prefers stationery paper to bond paper, he must use one that's appropriate in the business setting. The paper must not have any sayings or cutesy art. When composing a thank you-note, the applicant must include the exact heading and business letter format he used in his resume and cover letter. Handwriting the message of appreciation leaves a better impression to the hiring manager, but printing the letter is also appropriate if the applicant's handwriting is illegible.

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