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Hello,

Now that most correspondence is done electronically, is it still correct or sensible to say:

Please find enclosed my resume/invoice/proposal… etc

or is it more appropriate to use “attached”

Please find attached my resume…etc

since in emails you talk about “an attachment” and not “an enclosure”.

Thanks in advance for your comments and opinions.
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I say "attached" for e-mails and "enclosed" for regular mail.
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Grammar GeekI say "attached" for e-mails and "enclosed" for regular mail.

I've seen both 'attached' and 'enclosed' used for regular mail.
If it is regular mail then

attached would mean something attached to the letter (with a staple for example)

and

enclosed would mean in the same envelope but not attached to the letter.
Nona The BritIf it is regular mail then

attached would mean something attached to the letter (with a staple for example)

and

enclosed would mean in the same envelope but not attached to the letter.

I agree with you.
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suppose i write, for my boss, Please find the attached documents neccesitie for preparatio of susana's benefit
Are they attached? Is is an e-mail?

I've enclosed/attached the documents needed to prepare... something, but I'm not sure what Susana's benefit means.