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When emailing, there is no "send" button.

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    Someone I know is trying to email a Word 2007 document in the following way: In Word 2007, they click the Office button, then click "Send," then click "Email." When it brings up that email screen, she said there is no "Send" button. Does anyone know how to make the "Send" button appear?
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by:Leon Teale
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have you also tried going onto your email and "attaching" a file rather than trying to send via word?
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by:lazydaisy216
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It works for me, I am using Outlook 2007. What email format are you using. Attached is my screen shot.
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I found out she has no Send button because of an Exchange Server issue (very long story). Anyway, I found out if she hits Ctrl+Enter, it is equivalent to hitting Send. So she can just do that instead.
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by:lazydaisy216
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Well I'm glad you were able to figure it out! Strange it still does not show up though...
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