CC, which stands for “carbon copy”, is a familiar phrase in email, but can also be used in business letters and legal documents.
This can be especially useful for letters you want to spend up a company or organizational chain, letting each recipient know exactly who else received the same document.
Is CC on a letter capitalized?
Though the reference in this entire article has been made by writing CC in the upper case, in a business letter it can also be written in the lower case, i.e. cc. You may CC a letter to more than one recipient, and these names will be listed one below the other in the letter.
Where do you put a CC on a letter?
But even in emails, official business letters will often include the CC section at the bottom of the body of the letter. The CC section in written letters appears after the signature.
What does CC mean at the end of a letter?
Is it CC D or Cced?
The OED gives the past tense of the verb cc (which it says is also spelled CC) as cc’d or cced. There are two citations for cc’d (1990, 2005) and one of cced (2000). It also gives the past tense of OK as OK’ed, OK-ed, or OKed, but says nothing more about it. CC’d or carbon copied should be fine.