How do you indicate attachments in a letter?
Also asked, how do you write please find attached?
For example, say “Please, find the attached file you requested yesterday.” When you don't want to specify any particular file, avoid using “the”. You can simply write, “Please, find attached.” or its abbreviated form: PFA. “Attached” is the correct word for electronic communications.
Also Know, can you please review and let me know? Kindly review and let me know if there any changes are required . No, Anin, that is incorrect. You can say: - Kindly review and let me know if there is any change OR Kindly review and let me know if any change is required.
Also, what do you say when attaching a document?
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,” “Enclosed please find,” and the ultra-wordy, “Please find attached herewith.”
Is Please see attached document correct?
Yes; “Please see attached document” is comprehensible, and people often write it as a stock phrase, without anyone raising an objection. Some people would argue that the correct form is “Please see the attached document.” What you have done is to ellipt (i.e. miss out) the determiner “the”.