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Sending Publisher Templated emails

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#1 Wolfie7774


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Posted 06 December 2009 - 09:52 AM

This is difficuilt to explain..... I have the 2007 program for Publisher (among oth er programs). I went to the templates for emails.. picked out one... completed it and wanted to send it to a friend but it could not be sent EXCEPT as an attachment. I did not want to send it as an attachment but wanted to send it as an email....... Does anyone have a step by step process that I could follow to send my templated email to someone? I have asked many individuials and no one seems to know.... :thumbsup:

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Posted 06 December 2009 - 10:15 AM

Unable to comment on 2007 but this is how it works in Publisher 2003.
You should have something similar, I imagine.

Sort out your template. (don't need to save it at this point).

On the File menu, point to Send E-Mail, and click Send This Page as Message.

Type or select the recipientís e-mail address and other information you want.

Click Send.

The recipient of the message does not need to have Office Publisher '2003' installed to view the message.
The e-mail message may look slightly different depending on which version of Microsoft Outlook or Outlook Express the recipient is using.

If the option is not there, see this article:


Edited by petewills , 06 December 2009 - 10:29 AM.

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