I am writing a letter referencing a document title. I have several of the same document that I need to include the title of the documents in the letter. Do I write "please find six Form 2322" or "please find six Forms 2322"?
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Neither of the phrases “Please find six Form 2322” or “Please find six Forms 2322” is suitable, the first because of an unsuitable singular, and the latter a missing specifier. Kate Gregory's suggestion, “...six copies of Form 2322” is usable, and Kris's of “...six of Form 2322”, a little less so. The form I suggest is “Please find six each Form 2322” (or perhaps “Please find six each of Form 2322”) with the word each separating the count from the item description.