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Emailing Microsoft Word files

I work on a PC and save Word files to a stick. When I was working on two PCs, it was a matter of putting the disk in the internet computer and attaching the file in the usual manner (hotmail). Now my internet computer is a Mac and I cannot bring up or send the files stored on the disk?

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You have to click on the little paperclip icon in most email application (web or Mail, Entourage, etc) and then navigate to the hard drive (in your case the jump drive) and find the file to attach. In some case you need to navigate all the way up and look for a listing to .volumes.

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I believe, also, that your issue with the file that "should be" on the laptop (older version) is a separate matter, and we should deal with that once we have resolved the transfer problem.

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