Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Sending a File from a Microsoft Office Application
5. Type the subject of the file and the e-mail address of the person to
whom you’re sending the file.
If you want to add comments to your message, type them in the text box
where the icon for the file is.
6. Click Send.
Your message goes to the recipient.
Sending a File from a Microsoft
Office Application
You can e-mail any Office document from the Office application itself, without
using the Outlook e-mail module. Here’s how:
1. With an Office document open in the application that created it, click
the File tab.
2. Choose Share.
The Office Share screen appears.
3. Choose E-mail, then select Send as Attachment.
The New E-Mail Message form appears.
There are other options as well:
•Send a Link is only useful if you and your recipient both have
access to the document, either on the Internet or on your local
computer network.
•Send a PDF keeps all the formatting so that the document looks
the same to your recipient as it does to you, and it also prevents
anyone from changing the document. More people can read PDF
than XPS files.
•Send a XPS has the same benefits as the PDF format, except it isn’t
as common.
•Send as Fax means you need to sign up with a fax service provider.
Microsoft suggests alternatives, including InterFAX, MyFax, and
RapidFAX, but you can check the web for fax service providers.
4. Type the subject of the file and the e-mail address of the person to
whom you’re sending the file.
If you want to add comments to your message, type them in the text box
where the icon for the file is.
5. Click the Send button.
Your message goes to the Outbox.
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