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Old 08-18-2009, 08:08 AM
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I am using Microsoft Word 2007. I just noticed a few days ago that the E-mail option in my Quick Access toolbar has been replaced by Mail Recipient (as Text). When selecting that option, it copies the entire contents of my Word document into an e-mail as plain text. I am no longer able to quickly attach a Word document as an attachment to an e-mail. Even when I go to the Send option in the Menu, I only have the option to Mail Recipient (as Text), E-mail as PDF or XPS attachment. I do not have the option to E-mail as an attachment.



I've scoured the internet and I can't find this issue anywhere. I've tried uninstalling and re-installing Office. And I have Outlook set as the default program for E-mail under the Programs tab in the Internet Options for Internet Explorer.

Any hep/suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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