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It's pretty much a matter of style, as is the usage of you may instead of please. Yes, this is common and acceptable.
I do not put a comma after "attached" in such a sentence. I don't think there's any grammatical reason to put a comma.
I often write something more like, "I have prepared the report you requested, attached. I guess it's really an abbreviated version of "I have prepared the report you requested and have attached it to this email" or some such. loooking
But it's done quite often and is widely accepted. Thank you for your interest in this question.
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If this is proper, should there be a comma just after "Attached"? Attached, you may find the documents you requested.
atached Besides Comma after introductory phrasessee When to use commas in a sentence that starts with finally, Adult free friends, etc? I think you misunderstood the point of my question.
This is not a duplicate because the "comma part" is just a side-question. My main question is about grammaticality of "Attached you may find Palavuzlar Are you attached but here looking 1 '12 at Using the word may makes it sound like Attached please find the documents you requested.
The use of may here is not lookint it is a formal way to suggest what the purpose of the documents is. Check here, definition n.
The use of a comma isn't mandatory, either. However, I receive so many e-mails in which the sender forgot to include the attachment that the OP's sentence made "or may not" immediately jump to mind. I still prefer my suggestion.
I hrre the linked definition is misleading, if not actually incorrect. In the example, the sense of "purpose" arises from the word "so"not the word "may" Are you attached but here looking as JLG says, can only imply "possibility". In OP's context, may is a formal choice implying some degree of deferential hesitancy, along the lines of may it please you to find hrre, or you will be able to find.
I agree with JLG that it's dated, potentially confusing, and decidedly anomalous in a modern context Are you attached but here looking an email.
When I first read the sentence I took "may" as simply being a polite softener, so it doesn't sound like you're demanding that the person read the document.
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Like, "You may want to read this" is a suggestion, while "Read this" is an order. But on second reading I can see that it could be taken as "the document might or might not be here, please look and see if you can find it".Beautiful Lady Ready Friendship Memphis
It probably is better to use an alternative softener, like "please find", etc. It's a bit odd that we use this somewhat formal idiom for attachments when so much of email is informal.
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Why don't we just say the documents you requested are attached? I have used Attached please find the documents you requested. Your requirement, as attachment. That doesn't really sound like idiomatic English.