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 attachment regarding captioned subject" Is the right sentance?
Reference Member State End of Renewal Procedure. 1. This document is sent by.
One of my trainers said that please find attached the file is absolutely right.
Please find attached spreadsheet with regards to the information sought. Business 13752 03/09/12 01/10/2012 Pensions Subject: Pension Fund Business Plan Update.
-Under the Act, cash refers to not only notes and coins in any currency, but also bankers' drafts and cheques of any kind (including travellers' cheques). Please find the attached document which provides a response to the above questions.
1. When you tell the person that the email includes a file or document, you start by writing.
+49-911-5489-0 · Fax +49-911-5489-330 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org · www.johbarth.com. Please note: Please find attached all documents that were presented at the Press Conference in Munich on July 25th, 2011
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). Our (name of document) is also attached." be proper?
Hi, I was told that it is 'bad English' to start a correspondence or email with "Please find attached my resume / application for the position of ***" or "Please find in the following...."