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    In attaché

    Hie there,

    I have been using the expression "find in attaché" in mails to refer to the annexed files and photos. Latelyt a friend told me that is wrong. Is it?

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    Re: In attaché

    Yes. You can say "I've attached x, y, and z" or "see files x, y, and z (attached)".
    I am not a teacher.

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    Re: In attaché

    Quote Originally Posted by LochinvarVictor View Post
    Hie Hi there,

    I have been using the expression "find in attaché" in mails to refer to the annexed files and photos. Latelyt LatelyRecently, a friend told me that it is wrong. Is it?
    Yes, it's wrong.

    Please find attached [name/description of documents].
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: In attaché

    ok, clear. Thanks a lot.

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    Re: In attaché

    Quote Originally Posted by LochinvarVictor View Post
    ok OK, now it's clear. Thanks a lot.
    Note my corrections above.

    You can write either "OK" or "okay" but not "ok", particularly at the start of a sentence where the first letter must be a capital. On that basis, you should have used either "OK" or "Okay" (the version of "okay" that needs to be used at the start of a sentence).

    However, please note that there is no need to write such a post. Simply clicking on the "Thank" button obviates the need for it.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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