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Chapter 14. Using Excel on the Web > E-mailing Your Worksheet

E-mailing Your Worksheet

If you’re on a network or your computer is wired to the Internet, you can send your workbook files to others via e-mail, and you don’t even need to run your e-mail program. You can e-mail workbooks directly from Excel. To e-mail a workbook, follow these steps:

1.
Run Excel and open the workbook you want to send.

2.
Click the E-mail button in the Standard toolbar. An e-mail bar appears, as shown in Figure 14.11, displaying text boxes for addressing the message. (Before displaying the e-mail bar, Excel might display a dialog box asking if you want to send the entire workbook as an attachment or send the worksheet as the message body. Select the desired option.)

Figure 14.11. You can e-mail a copy of a workbook directly from Excel.


3.
Type the recipient’s e-mail address in the To text box. Excel automatically inserts the workbook name in the Subject text box.

4.
To include a message with the worksheet, click in the Introduction text box and type your message.

5.
Click the Send This Sheet button. Your default e-mail program sends a copy of the document to the recipient as an HTML-formatted message, and the e-mail bar disappears.


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