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If someone else types your letters, where do you find the reference to that person? A. at the top left-hand corner B. at the end of the last paragraph C. on the attention or subject line
D. a few spaces below the signature line
If someone else types your letters, you find the reference to that person: D. a few spaces below the signature line.
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User: If someone else types your letters, where do you find the reference to that person? A. at the top left-hand corner B. at the end of the last paragraph C. on the attention or subject line D. a few spaces below the signature line

Weegy: If someone else types your letters, where do you find the reference to that person? B. at the end of the last paragraph
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