Re: Using Document Hyperlinks in Email Publications
- From: "Don Schmidt" <Don Engineer@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 10 Jun 2008 15:20:59 -0700
You could "attach" the document to your email.
In the body of the email give a statement, i.e.,
See attached file.
Before sending the email, click on the Attach icon on the tool bar at the
top which will give you the opportunity to browse to where the file is and
click on it; then send the email.
To test all is working ok for you, send an email with an attached file to
FYI: the attached document needs to be in the format the reader has a
program to open it. PDF files are the best way to send attached files
unless you are collaborating with an associate on a particular project using
the same program.
"sunnimonk" <sunnimonk@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
I thought I had read somewhere that you could use hyperlinks to documents
your email publications (where the documents are not saved on a web
I was under the impression that the documents sort of "upload" and give
reader the option to "open" or "save" them.
Is there a trick to doing this, if it is possible at all?
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