How do you put "CC" in a letter?

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When writing a letter in which you wish to show a 'cc' or copy to another person, the most common, and proper, way to show a cc is at the very bottom of the letter, following the signature. You simply write 'cc: [insert the names of who is being copied on the letter]'.
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1. Draft your resignation letter. At the bottom, below the sincerely line, type "cc: person xyz, person xywz, department xyz." Include all parties that you plan to cc on
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Before invention of the photocopier, carbon paper was used to create duplicates of documents by placing it between the original document and a blank piece of paper so that an image
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At the bottom left, under your signature.
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If they literally said "Nope, conflict of interest" it means they have an existing client who would preclude them either (a) being adverse to whomever you were talking with
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