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E-mail

E-mail is one of the most popular uses of the Internet. The program that Microsoft Office 2001 for Macintosh provides for processing e-mail is Entourage. See Chapter 23 for a complete introduction to e-mail using Entourage. In Word, PowerPoint, and Excel, you can send documents in e-mail as attachments, as long as you use Entourage, Outlook, Eudora, or Claris Emailer as your email application, and you have specified that program in the Internet Control Panel.

To send a document as an e-mail attachment:

1.
Save the document. If you intend to send it to someone who is using MS Office for Windows, check the Append file extension box (Figure 2.14). You may need to choose File > Save As to get this dialog box.

Figure 2.14. Click the "Append file extension" box to add the appropriate extension when sending attachments to Office for Windows users.


2.
Choose File > Send To > Mail Recipient (as Attachment) (Figure 2.15).

Figure 2.15. Choose File > Send To > Mail Recipient (as Attachment).


Your e-mail program launches and opens a new outgoing message (Figure 2.16) with the attachment already specified.

Figure 2.16. A new e-mail message opens with the document attached.



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