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  • do you need to email a copy of your document, but don't want to load up Gmail?

  • You can email your documents as an attachment from within Google docks, helping you save time and control access to your work.

  • To find the feature, just click file, then email as attachments.

  • From here, you're essentially sending an email with your Gmail account.

  • You can enter an email address, create a subject line and write a message.

  • Click the drop down menu in the bottom left to choose the file type for your attachment.

  • If you select the don't attach check box, you can even include your document within the body of the email.

  • This may help if the recipient can't open certain files.

  • When your email is ready, click send.

  • You don't need to share the document with anyone or change the permissions.

  • In order to use this feature it on.

  • Lee sends a static copy of your document to the recipient.

  • It does not give them access to the Google doc itself.

  • It's worth noting that when you send your document with Google docks, the email it generates will not appear in the sent messages of your Gmail.

  • Nor will Google docks.

  • Keep a record of it.

  • However, if the recipient response to your email their response will appear in your Gmail.

  • If you need to send your document to others and you want to save some time, this feature might be able to help G c F global creating opportunities for a better life.

do you need to email a copy of your document, but don't want to load up Gmail?

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Google Docs: Email a Doc as an Attachment

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/10/24
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