In the File,
1. Click on the Documents tab.
2. Right-mouse anywhere over the documents list and click on Select Documents for Download.
Checkboxes are made available for all of the
3. Checkmark the documents you want to attach to the email message.
4. Right-mouse click and select Download.
5. Reorganize the order of the attachments on how they are to be placed into the email.
Click, hold and drag the number to its new place in the listing, then release the mouse.
The list appears as follows:
In this example I have moved attachment 3 to the beginning of the order.
6. Click on the Exclude button remove a document from the list, if you no longer wish for it to be included in the email.
7. Click in the Send via Email radio button.
8. Click on the Recipients Select link.
(a) Select the checkboxes to select the email recipients.
(b) Click on the Ok button.
– OR –
Click on the Progress Start button (in the Progress section of the window).
A Microsoft Outlook prompt will indicate that:
“A program is trying to access e-mail address information stored in Outlook. If this is unexpected,
click Deny and verify your antivirus software is up-to-date.
For more information about e-mail safety and how you might be able to avoid getting this warning, click Help.”
9. Checkmark the Allow access for option.
(a) Select 1 minute or 2 minutes or 5 minutes or 10 minutes from the drop-down menu.
(b) Click on the Allow button.
– OR –
Click on the Deny button to cancel.
10. When Allow has been selected, click on your email message (possibly through Outlook on the taskbar).
11. Setup the email message to include:
(a) Addressing who the message is going to.
(b) Entering the Subject.
(c) Entering the Body of the message.
12. Click on the Send button.
13. Return to and Exit from the Documents Download tab.
You will be brought back to the Documents tab.
14. Right-mouse click over the list, select Cancel (to deselect the previously selected documents).