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Chapter 7. Printing and Faxing > Addressing Faxes from the Address Book

Addressing Faxes from the Address Book

When you send a Fax, you need a document, and a fax number to send it. For example, you have a document that needs to be sent to your co-worker, and you remember that you added her fax number to her address card in the Address Book application (smart move). Do you need to open the Address Book, and write that number down, so that you have it when you send the Fax? No. Panther gives you the ability to pull that information directly from the address card with the click of a button (). Remember that in order for an address card to be used for faxing, it must first have a fax number entered into the card.

Address Faxes from the Address Book

Open a document that you want to fax.

Click the File menu, and then click Print.

Click Fax.

Click the Address Book button, and then select a name from your address list.

Click the To button to add the name and fax number to the current fax request.

Click the Close button.

Click the Subject field and type a subject for the fax.

Continue on with your fax requirements.

IMPORTANT The Address Book feature does not currently work when using Microsoft Word or Excel. Point your browser to http://www.microsoft.com/mac/, and check for the latest Microsoft updates and patches.


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