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Microsoft® Office Excel 2003 Inside Out by Mark Dodge, Craig Stinson

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Distributing Workbooks and Worksheets by E-Mail

Provided you have Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Exchange, or another compatible e-mail program installed on your system, Excel offers a variety of ways to distribute your work to others via electronic mail. Specifically, you can do the following:

  • Send an entire workbook as an attachment to an e-mail message

  • Send the current worksheet or chart sheet as the body of an e-mail message

  • Send a workbook out for review and comment

  • Set up a routing slip so that a workbook is e-mailed to each member of a workgroup in a specified sequence.

These options are all accessible via the File, Send To command. The Send To submenu also includes options for sending your work to an Exchange folder, a NetMeeting participant, ...

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