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What is the Chinese equivalent of "Encl." used in formal, written correspondences to alert the recipient of the presence of enclosed documents?

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附件: or 附: is OK. – Stan Jul 4 '13 at 9:11

随信附上 or 附件

Here is a webpage of baidu(an chinese website) zhidao (pinyin, which means know) which explains Encl. in chinese and english. Hope it is helpful. :)

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Citing another answer is not convincing enough. It's better to find some original materials :) – Stan Jul 4 '13 at 14:50
Actually the link only explains what Encl. means in English. It doesn't provide any further example or explanation of the Chinese usage. – xiaohouzi79 Jul 5 '13 at 0:02

Encl. means "附件 (fù jiàn)" in Chinese. You can say 请查看附件 (qǐng chá kàn fù jiàn) means "Please check the enclosed files" in English to alert your recipient.

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