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    hi..
    can any body help me suggesting, how & where to use the word acknowledge on formal project requestion letter,
    actually I have to attach some documents & want to make sure that they have checked those attachments as well

    Thanks in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by jordanfredrick View Post
    hi..
    can any body help me suggesting, how & where to use the word acknowledge on formal project requestion letter,
    actually I have to attach some documents & want to make sure that they have checked those attachments as well

    Thanks in advance
    If you simply want the recipient to check that the documents arrived successfully as attachments, then you would say:

    "Please acknowledge receipt of this email and the attached documents."

    However, if you want them to check the contents of the attachments (to actually read them), then this is not covered by "acknowledge". You would have to say "Please check the documents and acknowledge receipt."

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