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Chapter 18. Creating New Messages > Sending Email from Other Applications or th...

Sending Email from Other Applications or the Internet

In addition to creating messages from within Outlook, you can also use Outlook to send messages from other applications. You can send email messages directly from any Office 2003 application, from Internet Explorer, or from Windows.

Sending from Microsoft Office Applications

You can send email directly from any of the Microsoft Office programs by selecting File, Send To. You'll have several options to choose from. You can send the Office file as an attachment, as part of the Outlook message, to a routing recipient, or to an Exchange folder (if you're using Exchange Server). The Send To menu for Microsoft Word is shown in Figure 18.24.


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