Is “please find attached the report” or “please find the report attached” the right way to write when sending a document via email?
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.
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"please find attachment regarding captioned subject" Is the right sentance?
Please find attached the document on the above subject, [...] presented to the second meeting of the Bureau of IFAP held on 2-3.
The enclosed document shows . . . Please review the attached diagram . . . The attached spreadsheet covers . . .
1. When you tell the person that the email includes a file or document, you start by writing.
This underscores that please find attached is not much of a request at all. It is instead a set phrase
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 xxxx" or "Please find in the following...." Are they really grammatically wrong?
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).