enclosed herewith

Question: In business letters ‘enclosed herewith’ is invariably used. Is this correct?

Answer: Enclosed herewith would mean that there is another thing to look at besides the letter. Enclosed Herein means that the letter itself contains the information the addresee seeks. Not changing or subject to change (invariably) would not apply. For it can be changed.

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