Between ebooks, case studies, data sheets, proposals, and contracts, you probably send email attachments on a daily — if not hourly — basis.
And that means you might be using the common phrase “Please find attached.” Other variations include “Attached please find,” “Please kindly find the attached file,” “Please find the attached file for your reference,” and “Enclosed please find.”
But the phrase is falling out of use. Below, we’ll cover the best “please find attached” alternatives.
Why “Please Find Attached” No Longer Works
Should you use “Please find attached”?
No. First, it sounds stuffy and overly formal. You
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