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Complimentary Close

The complimentary close must be included in all but the simplified-letter format. It is typed two lines below the last line of the body of the letter.

In the full-block format, the complimentary close should be flush with the left margin. In the block, semiblock, official-style, and hanging-indented formats, the complimentary close should start at the center of the page, directly under the dateline, about five spaces to the right of center, or at a point that would put the end of the longest line at the right margin. However, note that it should never cross over the right margin. The simplified letter has no complimentary close.


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