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How can I send a fax with a command button on a form?

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I have a command button on a form.  When the user clicks it I want a fax to be sent but I don't know where to begin to make this possible.  The user's fax number has been auto-populated onto the form already if that helps.

Any help will be much appreciated.
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SteveL13

Sorry!

Please accept my apologies...

I realize now that the "fax" issue was never addressed...
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