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Chapter 12. Working with E-Mail and Faxes > Creating an E-Mail Message

Creating an E-Mail Message

If you're using Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 as your e-mail program, you can start an e-mail message from Word using the New Document task pane, compose the message in an Outlook e-mail message window, and then send it. When you send the message, the e-mail is sent to the Outbox in Outlook. If Outlook is running, the message is sent right away, otherwise the message is sent the next time you start Outlook.

Create an E-Mail Message

Click the File menu, and then click New.

Click E-Mail Message on the task pane.

Outlook starts and opens a new e-mail message.

Type an e-mail address or click To to select one from your Address Book or Contacts list.

Type a subject.

Type a message.

Click the Send button on the toolbar.

The message is sent to the Outbox in Outlook. The message is only sent right away when Outlook is running.


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