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Windows 7: OneNote - Sharing an Email Page - with attachments - doesn't work

19 Jun 2012   #1
Zoan

Window7
 
 
OneNote - Sharing an Email Page - with attachments - doesn't work

Hi!
I need some OneNote help...
I'm trying to share a notebook - via 'Share', then 'E-Mail Page'.
The notebook has appeared int the email content, yet none of the attachments are live - I can't open any of them.
They also don't appear in the 'Subject' line at the top of the email (as attachments).
Please help!
Thanks.


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19 Jun 2012   #2
Dell Manu T S

windows xp sp3
 
 

Hi Zoan,

My name is Manu T S From Dell Social Media Team.

In order to send the One Note as an attachment you should save the notebook either in *.onepkg format or in pdf, then mail it

Note: if you save it in *.onepkg fromat then the recipient must have onenote installed on his/her computer.

Refer to the following link for further help in sending the onenote as an attachment:

AddictiveTips Blog ArchiveSend OneNote 2010 Notebook To Outlook Email, Word, Blog

Hope this helps

Regards
Dell - Manu T S
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20 Jun 2012   #3
Zoan

Window7
 
 
OneNote - sending attachments within a OneNote notebook

Hi Manu,

Thanks for your response.

My OneNote notebook has a table inserted within it.
In the table are various attachments.
It is these that are not attaching as I 'Share' and select 'Email Page'.
Any ideas would be helpful - thanks!
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20 Jun 2012   #4
Dell Manu T S

windows xp sp3
 
 

Hi Zoan,

If you are sharing the page make sure the proper access is provided to the recipient for the shared folder over the network.
Also instead of selecting 'Email Page' option you can try the below option

Save the current page in a new notebook and send the new notebook as an attachment
The option will be File=>Send=>E-mail page as Attachment.

hope this helps

Regards
Dell- Manu T S
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