Enc: abbreviation for enclosure; addenda for business letter
To Whom It May Concern:
Reference. Apex Uses of Business Letters
After writing the business letter for my boss my reference initials were included
Two parts found on a business letter that are not used in a personal letter are:the inside addressthe reference line
The optional parts of a business letter are only important if they are applicable. For example, a reference line would not be necessary for all business letters and serve no purpose unless there was something specific to reference. If the letter is sent to the recipient only, there would be no need to use the "cc" reference; or if nothing is included with the letter, the "encl." notation would be of no importance. If any of the optional parts of a business letter are applicable, then they are important to use.
it is not a 3 letter abbreviation it is a 2 letter abbreviation and it is MA
That part is the reference letter.
I think it should be: - Further to your letter dated ..... or We refer to your letter dated ....
-REFERENCE LINE-SUBJECT LINE-ATTENTION LINE
Optional parts of a business letter are:letterhead (use senders address for plain paper),reference lineenclosures listedcopies notation
No, a reference line on a business letter is optional. The reference line is used when a specific piece of information is the subject of the letter, such as a contract, an account or invoice number, a particular product or service, etc. The reference line makes it easy for the recipient to find that piece of information for follow up without having to search through the letter to find it. A thank you letter or a general information or request letter does not require a reference line; the purpose of the letter is stated in the first sentence of the first paragraph of the letter.