Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Sharing Your Documents
Word 2010 includes a number of features that make collaboration easier—and more
secure—than ever. With the addition of SharePoint Workspaces 2010 in the Microsoft Office
Professional Plus 2010 suite, Word users who work with SharePoint Server can easily move
their documents to and from the server. If you work at home or at the office using one of
the other Office 2010 suites, you can use your Windows Live SkyDrive account with Office
2010 Web Apps to post your content online and share the files with colleagues.
In addition to these online possibilities, Word 2010 includes a number of tools in the Save
& Share tab of Backstage view that you can use to share files in a variety of ways. Whether
you’re sending a file as an XML Paper Specification (XPS) or Portable Document Format
(PDF) attachment, posting it on a document server or SharePoint site, or sending the file
as an Internet fax, when you click the Microsoft Office Button, you’ll find commands to
help you accomplish your objectives.
If you want to send your document as an e-mail message or as an attachment to a
message in either PDF or XPS format, you’ll find the options you want by clicking the
File tab to display Backstage view then clicking Save & Send (see Figure 21-1). This is
also where you’ll go if you want to send an Internet fax.
Figure 21-1 Use the tools in the Save & Send tab to send a document as an e-mail
message, as an attachment, or as a fax.
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