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When i attempt to attach a doc and email the program takes me to my email browser with the title of the attachment in the subject caption, but no attachment..

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You didn't say which email program your using but quite possibly its a setting issue. Check that your security options allow attachments and what file types are alloweed. Also some anti-virus security suites will cause the same issue.

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