Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Preparing for Printing
If you choose to send only the Current Sheet, not
as an attachment, but embedded as HTML text in
the body of the e-mail, Publisher generates an
email message where you enter the recipient’s
email address and a subject. Publisher also checks
for potential design flaws that may occur when
sending it as an e-mail.
In most situations, the best way to e-mail a
publication is as PDF file. That way the recipient can’t
change the publication, only read it. From the Save
& Send Backstage view, choose Send as PDF.
Publisher then generates a new e-mail message
where you enter the recipient’s e-mail address and
a subject. The publication is attached as a PDF file,
as seen in Figure 25-38.
If you choose to Send All Pages, the Send All Pages
as Message dialog box appears and advises you of
how it will assemble the publication in the e-mail.
It also advises you that some formatting content
may be lost and prompts you to save your file.
Make your selections and click OK. Publisher
generates an e-mail message where you enter the
recipient’s e-mail address and a subject. Publisher
also checks for potential design flaws that may
occur when sending it as an e-mail.
Send button PDF attachment
If you choose Send as Attachment, Publisher
prompts you to save the publication, and then
generates a new e-mail message where you enter the
recipient’s e-mail address and a subject. The
publication is attached as a Publisher document. In
order to read or edit the publication, the recipient
must have Publisher installed on her computer.
Figure 25-38
Enter a recipient and send the e-mail.
When you are ready to send the e-mail, click the
Send button.
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