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Importing Files

You import a file by opening another application's file in Notes. When you do, the imported file becomes a part of Notes, taking on all characteristics and formatting of the Notes document. You might import a file if your reader doesn't have the necessary software to launch an attached file, or if the reader only needs the text or data and doesn't need to format or alter the data in its original program.

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Import vs. Attach When you attach a file, that file remains in its original format (say, WordPad, 1-2-3, or Word for Windows, for example) and the file moves with the mail message to which you attach it. When you import a file (from WordPad or 1-2-3, for example), you convert the text so it works in Notes. The text becomes part of your mail message.



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