How to CC in a physical business letter
"CC," which stands for carbon copy, is a familiar phrase in e-mail, but can also be used in business letters and legal documents.
You Will Need:
• A letter
• Addresses you are cc-ing
Step 1: Follow format
Follow a proper letter format when you write your letter.
Step 2: After signature
Under your signature, type cc. Put two to four spaces between your signature and the cc line.
Step 3: Put the first name
Type the first addressee's name next to "cc," and type the names of the other addressees below it.
Step 4: Inform everyone
Send the letter to all parties involved in the cc.
Step 5: Type included persons' e-mail addresses
Type cc'd peoples' e-mail addresses in the "cc" line, below the primary address.
Trivia: The first documented use of the term "carbonated paper" was in 1806, when Ralph Wedgwood patented his "Stylographic Writer."