Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Using Outlook with
Other Applications
Outlook is part of the Microsoft Office suite of productivity programs.
IN THIS CHAPTER
Microsoft has designed these programs to work with each other,
sharing data to make your work easier. Outlook can also work with
other non-Office applications. This chapter explores some of the ways you
can integrate Outlook with your other programs.
Sending email from Office
applications
Pasting data into email messages
Creating mailings using
Outlook contacts
Sending Email from Office
Applications
Office users often need to send various documents via email, such as sending
a Word document or an Excel workbook to a client or colleague for review.
The usual procedure is as follows:
Exporting data from Outlook
1.
Create the document, for example a report written in Word.
2.
Save it to disk.
3.
Start Outlook if necessary, or switch to it.
4.
Create a new email message.
5.
Click the Attach File button in the message.
6.
Locate and select the document.
7.
Complete the message and send it.
There’s an easier way, however. On the Office menu in other Office
applications (you open this menu by clicking the Office button at the top left of the
application screen), you’ll find a Send command, and on the next menu an
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