Re: Attaching files with Office 365
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You have to press alt+N to bring up the insert menu.
Then press down arrow, or tab and you will hear attach file.
The item in the clip board should be the location and filename, not the file itself.
I do this frequently for my board members.
Angelo T Sonnesso
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From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of Walter Ramage via Groups.Io
Sent: Thursday, May 31, 2018 8:26 AM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Attaching files with Office 365
Hi. That’s the method I use with outlook 2007. I gave her those instructions and she tried it but it didn’t work for her. I think she might have used a too large file and I suggested she use a smaller file but I’ve not heard from her since I made that suggestion so far. I will though let her know that method is the correct one for Office 365. Thank you. Walter.
This way has worked with Outlook for all versions so I honestly believe that Microsoft wouldn’t pull it from Outlook in 365, try it and see for yourself.
Outlook Sending Attachments:
1. Just copy whatever file or files to your clipboard that you are interested in sending as attachments.
2. With focus in the body of the new email or reply that you are interested in sending/sharing, simply paste these files or single file and these will now be attached as attachments for you to send/share (simply just Shift+Tab to check and verify).
Hi all. I'm asking this on behalf of a friend who is using Win10 and Office 365. I personally use Win7 and Outlook 2007 so have no idea how to help her attach files. Will somebody please give me step by step instructions for attaching files in Office 365 in Win10 that I can send to her. Your help would be appreciated. Walter.