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Replying with attachments in Outlook 2013

Posted on 2014-02-04
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When I receive an email with a word document attached I open and edit it, save it and want to send it back to the sender with my comments.

How do you do this? It works when you forward it

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Question by:Andrew Morris
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by:toroblanco2002
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Just download the attached doc to your computer locally then open the doc edit it and attach it again to the original email.
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by:Paul Wagner
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1. Right click the attachment

2. Save As

3. Choose where you want to save it on your computer (desktop or documents is common)

4. Open the document

5. Make the changes you want (if you are making corrections, I usually write in red text so they see the difference. You can use the strikethrough font function to draw a line through their wording without deleting it)

6. Save the document

7. Reply to their email

8. Attach the document you made

9. Send the email

10. Give me 500 points. ;-)
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by:Andrew Morris
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Sorry, don't want to do that. Just want to edit in Outlook and send back :-(
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by:NARANTHIRAN
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Hi Niftyit,
               When u open an attachment in outlook email what u have received.
The file is opened in temporary location and not save any were..So u need to save in ur local drive and do the changes and send it again.

If your using Google drive u can open the file do the changes and send the same..
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by:Andrew Morris
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I'm sure in Outlook 2003 you could do this
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by:Paul Wagner
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You can (I assume you mean 2013). I sent you the links in my last post.
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