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Subject Line

The subject line identifies the content of a letter and is an optional addition to all but the simplified-letter formats. The simplified letter always includes a subject line typed three lines below the last line of the inside address.

In the full-block, block, semiblock, or hanging-indented formats, the subject line is typed either two lines above or below the salutation. It is typed either flush with the left margin or centered, and consists of the word "subject" followed by a colon and the subject to be covered in the letter.


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