Recently, one of my friends asked me to verify the following two usages for grammatical rules. Is “please find attached the report” or “please find the report attached” the right way to write when sending a document via email?
If you are not the intended recipient, please notify the sender at the above contact information immediately and destroy all copies of this message and any attachments. Please find attached the following required documents: • Application...
"Please see the attached documents for the Updated account value for the following clients."
"Please find attached the file (we discussed/you requested etc)" means that the file/document in question has been attached.
I am using it every day and I receive hundreds of e-mails with it: "Please find attached the following document/s with regard to .....:" and then a list of the document/s and its/their details or explanation.
Please find attached the following documents
Evaluating Written Comprehensive Examination. Please find attached the following two documents
I'm wondering what is the best way to express that an email contains more than one attachment. Would saying "Please find the attached (name of document).
'Please find attached/enclosed' is an 'apophatic' statement that precedes a list of attachments/enclosures. The 'please' is an 'apophatic' signal
Please complete the attached form, sign it and return it to the city with a copy of your marriage certificate, divorce decree or legal supporting documents, in one of the following four ways: include the document