Please find the attached file...Is this the correct way to mention an attachment in emails?
Using the word may makes it sound like ...or you may not. I would say: Attached please find the documents you requested.
The enclosed document shows . . . Please review the attached diagram . . . The attached spreadsheet covers . . .
One of the emails looks like: From: random name at your own email domain or company. Date: Fri 09/09/2016 14:03. Subject: FW:Documents Requested. Attachment: Untitled(6).zip. Body content: Dear addy, Please find attached documents as requested.
3)As per your request, please find attached the completed sub-contractor registration form and other supporting documents for your information.
2. Attached please find the new Word document. My boss and I have been rowing over this for a while now.
"Please find the requested document attached"?
Please find the attached (document, file) more natural.
This spam email has a malicious attachment and a slightly amusing typo: From: Sophia Rowland Date: 27 June 2016 at 22:17 Subject: Updated. Dear [redacted], Attached please find the documents you requested.. King regards.
In fact, it would be just plain weird to put this into another request form like Could you please find the document attached? or I would be very grateful if you would find the document attached.