You can send documents created using Publisher as e-mail messages, whether or not you created the publication using an e-mail template. The contents of your Publisher document can be the message itself, or you can send publications as attachments to standard e-mail messages.
In this exercise, you will send the announcement for the upcoming rose care workshop as an e-mail message to the owner of The Garden Company for review.
USE the RoseCare publication in the practice file folder for this topic. This practice file is located in the My Documents\Microsoft Press\Office 2003 SBS\Email folder and can also be accessed by clicking Start/All Programs/Microsoft Press/Microsoft Office System 2003 Step by Step .
OPEN the RoseCare publication.
On the File menu, point to Send E-Mail , and click E-mail Preview .
Publisher displays your publication in a Web browser window to demonstrate how it will appear when viewed as an HTML e-mail message.
In the upper-right corner of the preview window, click the Close button.
On the File menu, point to Send E-mail , and click Send This Page as Message .
The message header appears near the top of the Publisher window.
In the To box, type Karen@gardenco.msn.com .
In the Cc box, type your own e-mail address.
In the Subject box, type For your review .
On the E-mail toolbar, click Send .
Publisher sends the message.
On the File menu, click Close , and if prompted to save your publication, click No .
Open your e-mail program, and check for new messages.
Open the message you just sent to see how the publication looks.
CLOSE the RoseCare publication.