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Chapter 9. Faxing and E-Mailing in Offic... > Understanding E-Mails and Faxes in O...

Understanding E-Mails and Faxes in Office

The capability to send e-mail and faxes directly from your Office applications enables you to quickly take the information on your screen and either fax it or e-mail it to a recipient. When you send an e-mail message directly from an Office application client, such as Word, Excel, Access, FrontPage, or PowerPoint, you are actually using your default e-mail client, such as Outlook, to send the message. The Office document that you have open in the application window is sent within the e-mail message (except in the case of Access and PowerPoint, where it is sent as an attachment).

The capability to fax a document from within an Office application is an extension of your computer's printing services. Any fax service installed on your computer (your computer must also be outfitted with a fax modem) can be used to "print" an Office document to the fax service, which faxes the document over your phone line to its final destination.


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