Attached please find the document for your review

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Between ebooks, case studies, data sheets, proposals, and contracts, you probably send email attachments on a daily — if not hourly — basis.

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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.

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In this example, the phrase “please find attached” immediately alienates the recipient and breaks away from the email’s friendly tone. It’s also redundant — if the cost breakdown attached, the recipient will find it.

A popular alternative to “Please find attached” is “Please find enclosed.” But is it actually better?

Please Find Attached vs Please Find Enclosed

Should you use “please find attached” or “please find enclosed”? The answer is neither.

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“Please find enclosed” is the exact same as “please find attached.” The only difference is the last word. Some writers might stress that nothing can be “enclosed” in an email, since an email isn’t an envelope. Thus the correct term would be “attached.” But that distinction is minor, and the truth is that both can be used in a digital context.

If you prefer the term “enclosed” to “attached,” you can still use it. But we suggest using the alternatives below with the word “enclosed” instead of “attached.”


Alternatives to Please Find Attached


Attach the file with no explanation. Here is... I"ve attached... This has … I"m sharing with you. You"ll find the attachment below. Let me know if you have any questions about the attachment. The requested document is attached to this email. Relevant information is in the attached file. The attached includes… When you review the attached , you will see... Please see the attached for more details… Take a look at the attached . Attached herewith this email. I"ve linked . For reference, I"ve appended… Please see the enclosed… ...added to this email. The enclosed document shows... Enclosed is…

Option 1: Attach the file with no explanation.

If the sole purpose of your email is sending an attachment, cut the phrase entirely.

Example:
Monthly progress report

Hey Marley,

Nearly doubled my connect call conversion rate this month. I"m still a little shaky on demos; planning on doing some extra prep for my next ones. Looking forward to discussing with you.