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Using Microsoft Word 2010 by Mike Miller, Tim Huddleston

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20. Sharing Word Documents Online

Networking technologies—especially the Internet—allow you to share documents with anyone, and Word lets you take full advantage of your network connections. This chapter shows you how to use email and the web to share your Word documents with other people.

You can share a document in lots of ways. If you like to keep things old-school, you can print a copy and send it by U.S. mail or in a dependable-but-badly worn Interoffice Mail envelope. If you’re the retro type, just copy your file to a CD or thumb drive (we won’t mention floppy disks) and hand it over to someone.

Yes, those methods still work. But Word 2010 enables you to share documents in ways that are faster and easier than any of them. If your document ...

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