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posted a doc on word pad.  

Says http://web.mail.comcast.net/zimbra/mail?app=mail on bottom

Trying to send as email..  Cannot find.  Date on it is 5/13/2104

Where do I find this??

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Re: wordpad

You need to clarify what you are trying to do;  are you trying to send a document as an attachment to an email or what?




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Re: wordpad

Looking to send the exact document as an email.
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Re: wordpad

Then you need to send it as an attachment.  In the Compose page for a new message, click on "Attach" in the toolbar, and then navigate to the document on your computer and then click on "Open" at the bottom of that window to select it.




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Re: wordpad

Now I am really in a bizarre pickle!! Though I have those numbers and letters describing what's on the WordPad I cannot find the document itself I have a copy of it but I cannot find the document on the computer so how do I send it now as an email or is there a way to do that
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Do you have a copy of the document on the computer, or are you working in the cloud using Sky Drive?  Which version of Windows are you running?




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Re: wordpad

NO! Unfortunately I cannot locate it on the computer!! I of course am in the cloud but I don't know if this document in two thousand and 14 in May was!! Smiley Sad
I I am using windows seven.
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If you can open the document, then go up into the File or Edit menu and see if you have the option to "Send as Email".  If so, click on that and it will open whatever email client you have set up on the computer like Windows Mail, Outlook, Thunderbird, Windows Live Mail or whatever.  Then you can email it.  If you don't have a client enabled, you won't be able to do much with the document other than in the cloud.




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Re: wordpad

So for the last time even though I have that document number listed on my first inquiry and yet I can't find it in my Comcast email so basically all I'm left with is the copy of that document how do I scan the copy that is not on the computer it seems and send it via email I hope I'm clear now. I just have a piece of paper with writing on it now that needs to be sent , ( scanned) to an email address. 

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  Do you have a scanner, or a printer that can function as a scanner like an all-in-one?  If so, use it to scan the paper document onto your desktop on the computer, and then email it as an attachment.  Once it's on the desktop you should be able to easily navigate to it from either the Comcast webmail or a client.




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