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exchange:bulletins:ios-email-attachments

Pages, Numbers, and Keynote

These procedures are given using Pages as an example, but in Numbers and Keynote the process works in exactly the same way. You can attach a document either while it is open, or from the document list.

While the document is open

1) Tap the wrench icon at the upper right of the screen (see image below),

2) Tap “Share and Print” from the menu that drops down:

3) Tap “Email Document” (NOTE: This choice is labelled in a slightly different way in the other apps - “Email Spreadsheet” or “Email Presentation” as appropriate):

4) Choose which format the attached file should have (The choices vary with each application as appropriate):

5) An email is created, with the document as an attachment in the format requested. Address the email, add the subject, and message text if you wish, and send it out as any other email.

From the document list

If the document is not already open, you can attach it without opening it by selecting it from the document list.

1) Run the app and go to the document list (you may need to tap the “Documents” button at the top left if you are not already there),

2) Tap the “Edit” button at the top right of the screen,

3) Select the file you want to attach by tapping it. A yellow outline should appear around it (see image below),

4) Tap the share icon at the top left of the screen (NOTE: The share button will only be active if you have just one document selected - it will deactivate if you select multiple documents):

5) Tap “Email Document” (NOTE: This option will be named differently in the other applications as appropriate),

6) Choose which format the attached file should have (The choices vary with each application as appropriate):

7) An email is created, with the document as an attachment in the format requested. Address the email, add the subject, and message text if you wish, and send it out as any other email.

exchange/bulletins/ios-email-attachments.txt · Last modified: 2015/07/27 12:10 by tconner