Результаты поиска по запросу "please find attached the documents":

  1. Please find the document attached - Quora

    • "Please find the attached file" implies that you are asking the recipient to find the attached file as if it is hidden away or difficult to locate. "Please find attached the file (we discussed/you requested etc)" means that the file/document in question has been attached.


  2. Attached please find or Please find attached | WordReference Forums

    • 2. Attached please find the new Word document. My boss and I have been rowing over this for a while now.
    • Please find attached, the new Word document the 2nd example makes me think of Yoda in the Star Wars films.


  3. Please find attached | find the attached | find attached the file: Which One?

    • Please find the attached documents for your signature. Please Find Attached vs Please Find Enclosed. Many people wonder if using the word “enclosed instead of “attached” would denote a more format tone.


  4. formality - What is the *best* way to express that an email contains an attachment? - English Language & Usage Stack Exchange

    • Please find enclosed the document...
    • The attached file is the document that you requested. The attachment is a draft Power Point presentation.


  5. Which is better, in the context of a more formal or business email tone when sending an email prompting readers to open an attached document: 1. Please find attached the new Word document. 2. Attached please find the new Word document? - Quora

    • "Attached please find..." is uncomfortable English and should be avoided. If you do want to use it, please punctuate it correctly: "Attached, please find the document you requested".


  6. Business Writing: Please See Attached

    • "please find attachment regarding captioned subject" Is the right sentance?
    • i have attached the documents of . please do the needful. In corporate sector all works seems to be team work so how can i write i have attached....


  7. Business Writing: "Enclosed Please Find" Means You Lost It

    • Like Sandra, I have seen the phrases "attached please find" and "enclosed please find" countless times in other people's writing.
    • You may be wondering whether legal documents require a formality that only "enclosed please find" and similar phrases convey.


  8. Please find attached document/s | Forum

    • Please find the attached document/s.
    • "Please find" is a business-jargon cliche. If the documents are not literally "attached" by staples or paper clip (or even if they are), you may substitute "enclosed" (in the same envelope) for "attached."


  9. Please find the attached file or please find attached the file | Forum

    • Regards. I say "please find the attached file/document".
    • You could say "Please find attached the file we spoke about earlier" for example.


  10. grammaticality - Is it correct to use this expression in an email: "Attached you may find ..."? - English Language & Usage Stack Exchange

    Using the word may makes it sound like ...or you may not. I would say: Attached please find the documents you requested.