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    Send to (2003)

    Hi - I use the Send to command under the file menu quite a bit. However, sometimes instead of selecting "Mail Recipient (as attachment)" I select "Mail Recipient" which basically gives me the word document in an email. Does anyone know how to get this back to just a normal word document - or even how to remove the option from the sub menu entirely?
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    Re: Send to (2003)

    You can remove the submenu item the same way you can remove any other menu item: select Tools | Customize..., expand the File menu, then the Send To submenu, and drag the "Mail Recipient" item away from the menu. Drop it when you see an x next to the mouse pointer.

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    Re: Send to (2003)

    Hi Karen:
    I can tell you how to remove the menu option. Press Alt+Ctrl+Minus (the one over the P) & the cursor turns into a thick minus. Click on the File Menu, then Send To, & then click the submenu item you want to remove. This will change your normal.dot, so be sure to save the changes. IF for some reason, the change doesn't stick, open normal.dot (not a document based on it) & repeat the steps.

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    Re: Send to (2003)

    Thanks guys

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