Hi frndz,

How to write in a email for sending daily report to my boss...???

1.I herewith attach....

or

2.I attach Daily report
Hi

I think those are fine. I would use "the" with Daily Report (and capitalise both words) but it depends on how you usually refer to it in your workplace. The use of "herewith" is quite formal, but that may please your boss. My own style would be to use "Please find" but that may not agree with you..

1. I herewith attach the Daily Report

2. I attach the Daily Report

3. Please find attached the Daily Report

Regards, Dave
1. I herewith attach the Daily Report

2. I attach the Daily Report

3. Please find attached the Daily Report

in above 3 sentance shall we add this sentance : in this email for your information

Like:

1. I herewith attach the Daily Report in this email for your information

2. I attach the Daily Report in this email for your information

3. Please find attached the Daily Report in this email for your information

wheather its nice or not .....
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Hi

Yes that's good. I only send reports out from the IT side, but it's good to add some comment (preferably if it's welcome news).. "You'll be pleased to see that the figures are up slightly, compared with last week"

Regards, Dave
Just DON'T say "Here's the report you were whining about, you stinking SOB!" when it's bad news. Emotion: smile

To my VP today:

Hi John,

I've just posted the latest stats on VDI usage; the figures are looking good with a 10x reduction in response time from ON and 5x from BC! You can find them here (URL) and I've also attached them for your convenience.

Josh.

(He isn't always able to access the intranet but can read the spreadsheet on his mobile device.)

I mostly send like

Herewith I have attached the ...........

and


Please find the attached.........

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In Canada, we are usually quite casual.

eg

Here is my Daily Report.