Re: Sending an email as an attachment?
Simple. Use Windows Explorer to copy the file (Ctrl+C). Create the message in Outlook 2007. Before you send, and while in the message body, paste (Ctrl+V).
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Sent: Thursday, April 06, 2017 07:14
Subject: Re: Sending an email as an attachment?
I actually want to send a file in documents as an attachment; not another email as an attachment.
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Gerry Ellis
I am assuming that you want to attach one email as an attachment to another.
Open the email that you want to attach and hit F12 when you are in the body of the email. This will give you the normal screen used to save a file in MS Word etc. Save the email in the folder where you want it. This is now the email that you are going to attach to a new email.
Now, open up your new email and fill in the “To” field, Subject, etc and go into the body of the email. Go to the folder where you saved the original email and arrow down to the email. Do not open it. Just hit Control and C to copy it in its entirety. Now go back to the body of the new email and hit Control and V to paste. You will find that it is added as an attachment rather than being copied into the body of the new email.
I hope this does what you want.
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From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of
I need to send an email as an attachment using office2007, also using windows10. However, I haven’t done this in a while, using the ribbon system,and need help. By the way, Jaws18 is my screen reader.
I would really appreciate the help.
Thanks! To all.
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