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    enclosure

    Hello.
    Please explain me what the difference is between enclosure and attachment with samples.
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    Re: enclosure

    Enclosure would normally apply "to" something placed in the sending envelope.

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    Re: enclosure

    A letter may include an enclosure; an email may include an attachment.

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    Re: enclosure

    Attachment, with respect to a printed document, means the item is physically connected to the primary document, often with a staple.

    Enclosure means the item is placed in the same envelope or package.
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