I sent a note reminding them to do something. Can I put the beginning sentence in the following ways?
1. Attached please find the schedule for your retention. OR
2. Kindly find attached the schedule for your retention.
But "for your retention" does not. Do you mean "for your files" or "for your reference"?
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Nona The BritIt's quite common in the UK to use 'please find attached'...Hi Nona
It's quite common in the UK to use 'please find attached'. But do you find what the books say is logical? Or do you advise that I should ignore what they say.
Yoong LiatSome English usage books say, "Attached please find" is not correct. They prescribe "Attached is / are ... " They say that it is not proper to use 'please find'. They add that it is not logical to ask the recipient to find.Well, in many mail applications, you really need to visually look for the attachment, thus why not "please find?"
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