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Attaching files to email

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Attaching files to email

After receiving an email of a business form that has to be filled in, how do I provide and type that info

onto that form and email back to the sender ? I don't have a printer to print it off. I've save pictures sent to me

or downloaded files, etc. and have typed on other emails sent to me and been able to send them to another

email. I can download the attachment business form and open and type onto it but when I save it and try to

email back to sender, it's always a blank form.

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Re: Attaching files to email

You can download and install the free Foxit Reader which will allow you to fill in forms, save them, create PDFs, etc.  I have been using this alternative to Adobe Reader for years and prefer it over Adobe as my default PDF reader.  It is compatible with Adobe, so anything you send can be opened by the recipient.




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Re: Attaching files to email

Thank you, very helpful.

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Re: Attaching files to email

Have the files sent to you as a .doc, instead of .pdf.

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