How to Scan & Send a Document in Email?
If you’ve never done it before, sending a document that isn’t saved on your device via email can be confusing. It’s as simple as adding any document to an email and submitting it using a free email service provider. Your document can be submitted in a few clicks and will be saved in your “Sent mail” folder for future reference.
Place your paper on the scanner bed face down. Depending on your scanner or printer, press the button that begins the scanning process.
Save the scanned file to your device by selecting “Save as” from the “File” menu bar at the top of the page. From the drop-down menu in the window that appeared during the saving process, select the folder where you want to save the text. After giving the document a name, press “Save.”
To begin a new email address, log in to your email account and select “New” or “Compose.” “Attachments” or “Attach” are the options. Wait for a new window to appear, then select the scanned file from the folder where the document was saved.
Wait for the file to connect, then compose your email message before clicking “Send.” The recipient’s email address will now receive your scanned text.
How to Edit Email Attachments?
When you open and save an email attachment, it is automatically saved in a temporary folder. Any changes you make to the file in that place are saved. The adjustments are not visible if you attempt to reopen the attachment after closing the edited document and email application. This occurs since the initial binding, rather than the revamped edition, re-opens. You can save time and frustration by saving email attachments to a different location than the default folder.
To edit an attachment, open the email message that contains it.
Choose “File” and “Save Attachments” from the toolbar, or right-click the attachment and choose “Save Attachments” from the drop-down menu. On your website, a “Save” or “Save As” dialogue box appears.
In the dialogue box, click the “Browse” button.
To save the file, go to your Desktop or the folder where you want to save it. Click “Save” after entering a filename.
To edit the text, reopen it from your Desktop or from the folder in which it was saved.