Word 2013 "Send to Mail Recipient"

Hi
Have recently upgraded from Office 2010 to 2013.

In word 2010 I could select send to Mail recipient off the quick toolbar, fill in the e-mail address add attachments and save the document.  When the document was reopened it would retain the e-mail address and attachments.

In Word 2013 I can go through exactly the same process but when the document is reopened the e-mail address and attachments are no longer there.

Any suggestions?

Thanks
Potts2002Asked:
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EirmanChief Operations ManagerCommented:
Have a look at your Trust Centre Settings
Have you anything selected in Protected View?


Maybe you need to add some trusted locations for attachments
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Rob HensonFinance AnalystCommented:
I am not sure I fully understand the process you are going through.

Selecting Send by Email, either with Quick Access button or File > Save and Send > Send as Attachment will just create an Outlook email window with the Word document attached. You enter the email for recipient and send. After clicking Send the focus will go back to the Word document, you then close the Word document, saving if necessary.

What are you then re-opening, the Word document or the Email???
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Potts2002Author Commented:
This appears to be an issue with later versions of Office
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