Please find attached the file is not grammatically correct. That’s not how native English speakers would say if they were to mention an attachment in their emails.
quotation for your perusal•Please find the attached invoice for your payment•Please find the attached file in this email•Please find the attached
"Please find attached my resume / application for the position of xxxx" or "Please find in the following...." Are they really grammatically wrong?
"Please find my resume in the attachment.."? I have also seen people saying "Attached is my resume / application ....", but that does not sound polite enough to me.
Attached file for your kind perusal• please find the attached quotation.
"Please find attached herewith our letter with reference 1234 dated 14 April 2012 regarding Damages on Completed ID Works for your perusal."
please find the attached hotel conformation for your kind perusal.
Please find attached SOA for your perusa. Philosophia magistre iustitiae est.
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“Please find attached” (or PFA in a more informal email) is in common corporate usage in these areas. I usually phrase it as “Please find attached a copy of my resume for your perusal.” This is probably old-fashioned; I am but a product of my times!