When and how will I use "with regards" and a"as regards"?
I'm not familiar with the use of 'as regards', but these are the following terms that can be used in a memo:
"In regard to", "regarding", and "with regard to" - meaning 'on the subject of'.
You should use it to introduce a new topic or a topic that has been previously discussed (in another correspondence or meeting). For example,
"In regard to your request for time off, I don't think it will be a problem if you can find someone to cover some of your daily tasks."
I hope this helps.
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