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There are two ways to abbreviate the word “continued.”

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Jul 31, 2012 ... but the usual way of putting that on an application or résumé is spelled ... The usual abbreviation for continued is cont. as indicated elsewhere.

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They're both right. Which one you'd use is a question of stylistic preference. The first is abbreviation by omission, the second is abbreviation by ...

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According to most standard style guides (including the Chicago Manual of Style), the preferred ... What's the correct way to spell "good repore"? What is the ...

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Dec 5, 2011 ... Connie's question: “I was wondering what you thought the correct abbreviation for continued would be? Is there a standard?” BizwritingTip ...

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I have two slides with the same title. So slide 1, says TITLE. For slide two should I type in TITLE OR TITLE (continued) OR TITLE (cont'd) or something.

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an abbreviation consisting of letters that form a word. ... continued: used for showing that a piece of writing is being continued .... is not spelled or used correctly to show that you have written it that way because you are repeating what someone ...

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Mar 20, 2017 ... Are you sure, you are abbreviatingcontinued” the right way? Short answer: cont' d ... A few say there's no correct abbreviation for continued.

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Abbreviation for Continued. What is the correct abbreviation for continued? ... Here is the simple tutorial to abbreviate the word "Continued". The standard ...