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attach a file

To link a file to an email message so that they travel together to their destination. File attachments are a very common way of sending a file to someone. See email attachment and how to transfer a file over the Internet.
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e) Casualty and theft losses: Complete Form 4684, Casualties and Thefts, and attach to the return.
Grapevine is my favorite, particularly because of the curly tendrils that the vine uses to attach itself to trees and other objects.
The most common mistake people make when they attach to a tree," he says, "is that that the framing members of the tree house are immediately adjacent to the trunk of the tree, and of course that's untenable because the tree has to grow.
But if your attachment is designed specifically for a quick attach, you may have an issue using it with other machines.
Solution: Attach a complete breakdown of each spouse's income; a detailed capital gain calculation; deductions, including a list of total Schedule A Itemized Deductions; exemptions; taxable income; credits; other taxes, including separate Forms 6251, Alternative Minimum Tax; federal tax withheld; payments; offsets; and refunds.
In the new sensing scheme, the lipids attach themselves to the rod-shaped liquid crystal molecules, which lie perpendicular to the surface and appear dark.
In lieu of form 8332, the noncustodial parent may attach a written declaration conforming to the substance of form 8332.
a developer of software tools for DB2 mainframes, has announced the patent pending status of its Variable Commit Frequency technology a new feature in the company's oldest and most established software package Database Attach (DBA).
If you're not in a hurry, you can attach files to e-mail, a user-to-user file transfer.