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When inserting an attachment(from Publisher 2003) to an email, how do you put it as READ-ONLY documents?

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Why don't you save it as a PDF which will make it read-only and universally readable (not everyone has Publisher)?

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Create your document and save it. If you have the software, a PDF is a good format. Then attach it to an email to your publisher and send. Caveat: If your document is too large, it may be rejected by the publishers server. If that is the case, you can use a service like OneDrive, iCloud or Dropbox. These will allow you to upload the file to the cloud where your publisher can view it or download it, depending on how you set up your upload. Good luck.

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Place your document in the scanner and choose a low resolution. Although scanners allow you to choose a high resolution, that feature is better suited for transferring photographs into your computer for editing. For documents, a resolution of 100 dpi (dots per inch) is a good choice.
Open your computer's Control Panel and select the "Scanners and Cameras" icon to open the scanner wizard. Follow the instructions to choose a location to save your scanned document. Create a new folder on your desktop, making it easy to locate the file later. Scan as many documents as needed to this folder.
Use your email account and create a new message, inserting your intended recipient's email address in the "Send to" field. You must type in the email address exactly.
Look at the top of your email window to find the "Insert" menu. When you click on it, a drop-down menu will appear, select the "Attach a File" option and choose the location of your document.
Highlight the desired document in the folder and double-click on it to attach it to your email message. Check to be sure the document attaches by looking for the file name in the "Attach" box above your text.
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If you are using Office 2007 or 2011 just create a new document and click the inset tab. Once you click that select table and select your dimensions. If you are using Office 2003 just look for the insert option sometimes just by doing right click (but im not sure about 2003). Hope this helps and dont forget to rate. Thanks

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Adobe is a readonly program. There is an Adobe read/write program but very expensive. Check with your IT department to see if they can zip the program to your home computer, if not, any document you want to edit needs to be sent as an attachment in the MS extention you will be using; ie: .doc, .exl, etc.
Save the document on your desktop, with another name and email it to your office. Don't make the changes without changing the name, the changes will not be saved to the original attachment.

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Probably this file size is getting a bit too large for Windows or Publisher.

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what happens when you try to insert clipart from pub 2003 program?

also let me know whether you have any previous versions of office installed on your computer

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To add background sound to an email in Outlook:

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  • Download the following file to your Desktop: zbgsound.htm.
  • Start Notepad.
  • Open the zbgsound.htm file you just downloaded in Notepad.
  • Replace ###path to background sound file### with the path to the desired background sound file.
    • The line could read <img src="C:\Documents and Settings\lsdoe\My Documents\My Music\lsdoem.mid" id="bgsound", for example.
  • Select File | Save from the menu.
  • In the Outlook message, select Insert | File... from the menu.
  • Go to your Desktop.
  • Highlight zbgsound.htm.
  • Click on the right down arrow of the Insert button.
  • Select Insert as Text.
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http://email.about.com/od/outlooktips/qt/et071705.htm

I hop that helped, it looks complicated buts its not. Basically if you know how html works your email allows html you just put the html code for teh music in it.


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