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E-Mail a File
E-Mail a File
You can share a file with others via e-mail. For example, suppose that you have a colleague who
must present a project for approval at an upcoming meeting. Your colleague approaches you,
asking for guidance concerning what to discuss. You put together a skeleton PowerPoint presentation
and you want to e-mail it to your colleague.
You could create a new e-mail message in Outlook and add the file as an attachment, as discussed in
Chapter 19. Or, you can send a file from the program you used to create the file, as described here.
Note that, to open the file, recipients must have the appropriate software on their computer.
E-Mail a File
1 With the document you want
to share via e-mail open,
click the File tab.
Backstage view appears.
2 Click Share .
3 Click Email .
A Options for e-mailing the file
appear here.
4 Click Send as Attachment .
Note: If you are sending a file
that you do not want anyone to
edit, click Send as PDF or Send
as XPS .
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