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Word Doc in body of email


highside

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Help please, how do I send a Word Doc (home created invoice) as the body of an email Or is there a better way of sending a Word doc? In my Word Version (2002) if I go to File in the Word menu then 'Send' the sub menu for send is greyed out apart from 'Send Fax'

Word 2002, win 7 64bit, IE9, Win Live mail.

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markd71

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Copy & Paste

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highside

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Thanks for that OK now

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hastelloy

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I would send it as an attachment.

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Sea Urchin

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To enable send to mail recipient in the Word File menu open IE9 - Tools menu and Internet Options. On the Programs tab make sure that Windows Live Mail is selected as email program, and click Apply and OK.

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highside

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Thanks for replies

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lotvic

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To mark thread green ticked as 'Resolved' Click on any of the big grey ticks to the right of posts, it will turn green and next time you refresh the page the thread will be marked 'Resolved'. There is no need to also post a reply at same time.

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