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Question Letter head or LOR content?

I'm still a bit confused as to which is more important because I've been hearing different things. But I want to know which is more important...the letter head or the content of the letter? And what exactly do you mean by letter head? Are you referring to the name of the writer or the place that he works in?
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Any ideas???
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This issue has been polled here
Writer Reputation versus Letter Content!

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