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Using a Command Button in Word to send a document to an Email Address

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I have a simple table with some form elements in a Word document - I want to add a command button that will send the document to an email address.  Is it possilbe to set the command button up to send the document to this email address?

Basically, the user enters the data info the form fields - clicks the Send Form button at the bottom of the table and the document goes to that email address?

I am using Microsoft Office Word 2003 (11.8125.8122) SP2

Thanks in advance
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Not quite what I had in mind but that will work - I've got something working in Excel and will probably use that instead, it's similar to what you posted.  The problem I am having now is I forgot that I need to attach a PDF to this (which may change) data (it is a form that is being forwarded to a group mailbox to request some information) and they don't want to make this request Web based which would make it so much easier...  

Thanks for your time...
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