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Chapter 7. Using Word As an E-mail Editor > Creating File Attachments

Creating File Attachments

You'll often want to send file attachments with your message. These can take the form of any file: Office documents, graphics for review, saved Web pages, Acrobat PDF files, and many others. These are received as separate attachments that can be opened by the recipient using a wide range of e-mail software, not just Outlook 2002 or Outlook Express.

Sending an Open Word Document As an Attachment

If you are editing a file in Word and want to send it as an attachment, choose File, Send To, Mail Recipient (As Attachment). A separate Microsoft Outlook 2002 e-mail window appears, with the document listed as an Attachment (see Figure 7.7).


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